Pdf/E–book [Breaking the Code] ☆ Karen Fisher–Alaniz


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    Pdf/E–book [Breaking the Code] ☆ Karen Fisher–Alaniz I saw this book on the GR First Reads giveways and was instantly intrigued and signed up for it And then the next day I was at the library and it was sitting there prominently displayed So I got it and I'm glad I did I would still love to own a copy of this bookIt's a much easier read than I was expecting and sti

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    Karen Fisher-Alaniz ☆ 9 Free download characters Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Karen Fisher-Alaniz Pdf/E–book [Breaking the Code] ☆ Karen Fisher–Alaniz This is probably like one and a half stars but as always that's just my personal opinion of the book I feel bad about writing too negative of a review; there's nothing terribly wrong with it per se and I feel like maybe it's not my place to judge how this woman interacts with her father and writes about it so I'll just say that it's just no

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    Read & Download Breaking the Code characters Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Karen Fisher-Alaniz Karen Fisher-Alaniz ☆ 9 Free download Karen Fisher Alaniz told the story of her father's WWII experience with such honesty and sincerity it took my breath away It speaks of a generation uickly disappearing often leaving their stories untold and worse unasked for Men and women returned home from the war with the simple desire to get their lives back to resume where they were bef

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    characters Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Karen Fisher-Alaniz Karen Fisher-Alaniz ☆ 9 Free download Read & Download Breaking the Code The couple low ratings are somewhat surprising to me I know that's to be expected with any book but I liked this to the point that I'm not sure I can get rid of it I swap my books when I'm finished 99% of the time

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    Read & Download Breaking the Code Pdf/E–book [Breaking the Code] ☆ Karen Fisher–Alaniz This book impacted me in a very strong and personal way PTSD is something that I have become very familar with as I am the wife of a disabled veteran I found this to be a very real touching and highly emotional read It was comforting to turn the pages and learn there are so many other people in the world that al

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    Karen Fisher-Alaniz ☆ 9 Free download characters Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Karen Fisher-Alaniz Pdf/E–book [Breaking the Code] ☆ Karen Fisher–Alaniz Why was her father suffering from PTSD if he only had a desk job during WWII? Daughter Karen forges a closer relationship with her reticent father through pushing him to tell stories about his service in WWII Somewhat slow but well written and beautifully done with personal WWII photos and scans of letters postcards documents and bits of ephemera Readers will live through Karen’s journey of discovery hoping to find a happy en

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    Pdf/E–book [Breaking the Code] ☆ Karen Fisher–Alaniz This book has drawn me into the depths of a personal heart touching story from a collection of 400 letters which have been put together over a long period of time from the days of WWII The author had a hard job of transcribing these letters due to the fact they were written at night with very little light and not at a desk but within bed which made the handwriting with small letters hard to interpret

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    characters Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Karen Fisher-Alaniz Karen Fisher-Alaniz ☆ 9 Free download Read & Download Breaking the Code This is a Reading Good Books reviewI’ve always loved reading stories about war may they be from history books or personal memoirs Two of my favorite books ever are from the military non fiction genre We often se

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    Pdf/E–book [Breaking the Code] ☆ Karen Fisher–Alaniz I hate to admit this because it will make me seem hard hearted but I have never really been all that patriotic I don't attend Veteran's Day activities; I don't lay wreaths at Memorial Day; I've never attended a Veteran's Day parade; no American flags fly in my yard I suppose it is because no war has ever touched my life None of my

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    Pdf/E–book [Breaking the Code] ☆ Karen Fisher–Alaniz Breaking the Code takes readers on a journey as the author makes her way through her father's letters and discovers the secret he has kept from her for so many years In the latter part of WWII Mr Fisher received training to copy a code calle

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characters Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Karen Fisher-Alaniz Breaking the Code Summary ☆ 109 Er began to suffer making their meetings as much about healing as discovery Thus began an unintended journey one taken by a father and daughter who thought they knew each other as they became newly bound in ways that transcended age and ti. I hate to admit this because it will make me seem hard hearted but I have never really been all that patriotic I don t attend Veteran s Day activities I don t lay wreaths at Memorial Day I ve never attended a Veteran s Day parade no American flags fly in my yard I suppose it is because no war has ever touched my life None of my family members ever served in the service and I know no one who has ever been in a war or battle While I have often read war stories and shuddered at the brutality of war none of them ever really touched me in a personal wayUntil this storyBreaking the Code is the true story of a daughter who finds a connection to her father through his memories of war One day out of the blue the father hands his daughter two notebooks full of letters that he wrote home during the war While she had heard all these stories as a child she really didn t appreciate the significance of themAs she reads the full story of her father emerges and she as well as the reader is astonished to discover what he went through and what a true hero he is and was all along That is the real power of this book to look beyond the age of a person and validate the experiences they bring to our lives This intergenerational story will have you looking beyond the wrinkles and familiarity when you gaze at your parents and grandparents and will make you wonder what amazing and wondrous stories have you been missing all these yearsThis is also a story for all Veterans and their families and serves as a reminder of the validation they need after returning to American soil Even though they return to a normal life those painful and nightmarish memories still stay inside bottled up This book helped me to realize that those sacrifices of war and service last long after any battles have endedIt is also a story of PTSD post traumatic stress disorder and brings home how it can affect soldiers and their families years later how one event can haunt and affect families In the end this book is a plea to not forget our Veterans and to remember and celebrate their service

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Breaking the Code

characters Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Karen Fisher-Alaniz Breaking the Code Summary ☆ 109 On his 81st birthday without explanation Karen Alaniz's father placed two weathered notebooks on her lap Inside were than 400 pages of letters he'd written to his parents during WWII She began reading them and the she read the she discover. Karen Fisher Alaniz told the story of her father s WWII experience with such honesty and sincerity it took my breath away It speaks of a generation uickly disappearing often leaving their stories untold and worse unasked for Men and women returned home from the war with the simple desire to get their lives back to resume where they were before going off to Europe the Pacific or wherever they were sent Many didn t speak of their experiences Many were never asked I m sure there were a lot of letters sent home and kept by mothers waiting for their sons and husbands to return Kept just in case The message here is find the letters left behind speak to your parents about their experiences appreciate our returning vets They deserve it I received this book a free through Goodreads First Reads giveaway

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characters Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Karen Fisher-Alaniz Breaking the Code Summary ☆ 109 Ed about the man she never knew and the secret role he played in WWIIThey began to meet for lunch every week for her to ask him uestions and him to provide the answers And with painful memories now at the forefront of his thoughts her fath. This book impacted me in a very strong and personal way PTSD is something that I have become very familar with as I am the wife of a disabled veteran I found this to be a very real touching and highly emotional read It was comforting to turn the pages and learn there are so many other people in the world that also are affected by war and tragedy and sometimes suffer in silence I love how real this story is I love how honest the author is and I think this book will help so many other people on their healing journeysIn my opinion EVERYONE should read this book

  • Paperback
  • 316
  • Breaking the Code
  • Karen Fisher-Alaniz
  • English
  • 07 September 2020
  • 9781402261121