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In Another Time kindle ¾ eBook 9780062863331 Free » ✤ [Download] ➼ In Another Time By Jillian Cantor ➶ – Gwairsoft.co.uk A sweeping historical novel that spans Germany England and the United States and follows a young couple torn apart by circumstance leading up to World War II—and the family secret Landscape and the realities of war not the least of which is that Hanna is Jewish and Max is not But unbeknownst to Hanna is the fact that Max has a secret which causes him to leave for months at a time a secret that Max is convinced will help him save Hanna if Germany becomes too dangerous for her because of her religion In 1946 Hanna Ginsberg awakens in a field outside of Berlin Disoriented and afraid she has no memory of the past ten years and no idea what has happened to Max With no information as to Max’s whereabouts or if he is even still alive she decides to move to London to live with her sister while she gets her bearings Even without an orchest Follow Book Nation by Jen for all reviewsMemories of the Past a Vision to the Future and the Power of Music Join Together in this Magical Wartime Love StoryIn Another Time by Jillian Cantor is a wonderful historical fiction novel with deep characters who love books music and each otherIn 1930s Berlin Max a German bookshop owner sees Hanna playing what she loves most the violin He is enchanted and in an attempt to get her attention he brings her what he loves most a book After his dedicated pursuit he wins her over and the relationship between the two blossoms German life during the rise of Hitler is not easy and to make matters worse because Max is not a Jew Hanna’s family is not supportive Then Max has an unexplained disappearance which causes Hanna to be worried angry and confused She steps back from their relationship for a time but the love between them is powerful and eventually it draws them back together Antisemitism is increasing in Germany and although Hanna so focused on her violin playing does not take much notice Max worries about her and his Jewish friends Hitler and the Nazis are taking over panic is starting to set in and his longtime Jewish neighbors are in terrible danger When Max sees them in distress he reaches out to offer help Max has a huge secret that he believes can save those in danger but when his beloved Hanna is looking the Nazis in the eyes can he bring her to safety?In 1946 Hanna finds herself in an open field with her less than pristine violin and no memory of the recent past Hitler is dead the train station has been bombed she has no idea what happened to Max and she has lost her memory of the last 10 years of her life Hanna’s sister comes to get her and bring her back to her home in London where she searches for opportunities to play her trusted violin in an orchestra Her love for music and Max are the only things she remembers and without him she focuses on playing violin to bring peace and joy to her life and to give her a purpose Will Hanna and Max cross paths again? In Another Time is a heartbreaking story of love and survival in difficult times and the ability to learn the truthI enjoy narration by two characters alternating chapters as it is easy to read and it compels me to read just one chapter and then just one always wanting to know what is going to happen nextJillian Cantor created interesting characters and I get immersed in her writing with the World War ll setting appreciative for the research involved in historical fiction I adored The Lost Letter published 2017 and I highly recommend In Another Time too A With Jillian CantorTell us a little bit about In Another TimeIn Another Time is the story of Max a German bookshop owner and Hanna a Jewish violin prodigy who fall in love in the 1930s outside of Berlin as Hitler is rising to power Max narrates the story in the 1930s before the war and Hanna narrates beginning in 1946 after the war when she wakes up in a field with only her violin no memory of the past ten years and no idea what happened to Max Max’s story moves through the 1930s as Hanna’s moves through the 1940s and 50s I wanted it to be a love story between Max and Hanna but also a love song to books and music in our most trying timesWhen I learned about Max’s huge secret the special closet door in his bookshop it first made me think of the novel Exit West where Mohsin Hamid wrote about doors people went through to get to other countries He mostly used it as a metaphor for immigration allowing him not to have to focus on the physical journey In In Another Time I was unprepared for the magical time travel that happened in the closet but was pleasantly surprised Unexplainable supernatural elements like this are not often used in historical fiction How did you come up with the idea?I really wanted to explore the uestion of what made people leave or not leave Germany during Hitler’s rise to power in the lead up to WWII I spoke with a Holocaust survivor who’d been a young Jewish girl in Berlin at the time She said her parents refused to leave saying it was their country too They were Germans too So I thought a lot about what it means to love your country and feel allegiance to your country even if terrible things start happening And how hard it would’ve been to fathom how horrible everything would eventually get if you were living there in those years The uestion I set out to answer before I even sat down to write the book was what if you had every way and means possible to leave even a magical escape would you still want to stay? I just accepted the magic and immersed myself in the lives of the wonderful characters Hanna and Max Did you ever consider explaining of the details regarding time traveling through the closet? How did you decide what to explain and what to leave unsaid?I definitely don’t see this a science fiction novel in any way even though time travel does play a small role like you said So I never wanted to get bogged down in the details of how it worked And Max is a bookshop owner a reader not a scientist so I didn’t believe as a character he would get bogged down in these details either My goal was to explain enough to make the plot and Max’s actions make sense but not too much where the book became science fiction than historical fiction Your novel has Max’s story and Hanna’s story each from their own perspective Did you write them alternating chapters like we read them or did you create each character’s narrative separately? I wrote them exactly in the order that you read them as they appear in the book now alternating chapters It did get a little confusing and at a certain point as I was drafting about 100 pages in I stopped and made a giant chart on the wall of my office to keep track of where each character was in each year how old each was etc But I felt I needed to write the book the way it would eventually read so I could get the pacing and the story arc right in the first draft When I went back and revised however I did pull each story out and revise each one separately to make sure it was all coherent and made sense in order All the chapters are narrated by Max or Hanna except for one Why did Elsa have her own chapter?Elsa is married to Max’s best friend Johann and she has a small but important role in the novel The chapter she narrates allowed me to give the reader information that neither Max nor Hanna could’ve knownWhat are you reading now if you even have time and what do you recommend?I’m reading a lot of research for the next novel I’m writing right now But I have a giant to read pile sitting on my desk that I plan to get to once I finish drafting my next book The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff The Things We Cannot Say by Kelly Rimmer Blood Orange by Harriet Tyce and The Age of Light by Whitney Scharer just to name a few One upcoming historical novel that I got to read early and that I highly recommend is The Flight Girls by Noelle Salazar It’s out in July – look out for itUnknownpngMusic did actually keep people safe during World War ll; here is a video that tells a story of a woman who survived AuschwitzIMG5890jpgIf you would like to hear some orchestra music here is a clip from my teenage son’s most recent concert with the NORWALK YOUTH SYMPHONYAccording to Google Listening to music can help reduce stress according to many studies It can help relieve a person from anxiety depression and other emotional and mental problems Music is also capable of eliminating physical exhaustion as it allows the body and mind to relax

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Ra to play in she throws herself completely into her music to keep alive her lifelong dream of becoming a concert violinist But the music also serves as a balm to heal her deeply wounded heart and she eventually gets the opening she long hoped for Even so as the days months and years pass taking her from London to Paris to Vienna to America she continues to be haunted by her forgotten past and the fate of the only man she has ever loved and cannot forgetTold in alternating viewpoints Max in the years leading up to WWII and Hanna in the ten years after In Another Time is a beautiful novel about love and survival passion and music across time and continents 35 starsThis book was about WWII and the time in Germany leading up to it a romance music and time travel I liked it but didn't love it

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In Another TimeA sweeping historical novel that spans Germany England and the United States and follows a young couple torn apart by circumstance leading up to World War II and the family secret that may prove to be the means for survival Love brought them together But only time can save them1931 Germany Bookshop owner Max Beissinger meets Hanna Ginsberg a budding concert violinist and immediately he feels a powerful chemistry between them It isn’t long before they fall in love and begin making plans for the future As their love affair unfolds over the next five years the climate drastically changes in Germany as Hitler comes to power Their love is tested with the new 35 stars rounded upI’m drawn to Holocaust stories because I believe it is so important that we don’t forget what happened While I was reading this book I happened to read an article about how Anne Frank’s stepsister recently spoke to a group of students who at a party made a swastika out of plastic cups and posted it on social media Their response was that they didn’t know didn’t understand and this is why it becomes even important to educate the younger generation and remind the rest of us so it doesn’t happen again If I were to recommend a book to these students it wouldn’t be this one I would suggest they read The Diary of a Young Girl and Night by Ellie Wiesel While this book didn’t have the gut punch effect on me that those two books did it does reflect what was happening in Germany before and after the war and it beautifully depicts the effect on two people who are deeply in love While the Holocaust hovers over this story Cantor spares the reader of the horrific details of the camps except for one memory I loved Cantor’s book The Lost Letter which weaves a beautiful love story into the story of the courageous resistance during WWII and I have to admit I was touched by that story than this one but I was still compelled to keep reading it There are mainly two alternating narratives here that of Hanna Ginsberg a young Jewish woman a passionate musician and Max Beissinger a book shop owner These narratives span the years 1931 1958 and go back and forth in time filling in details of what happened before 1946 when Hanna wakes up in a field clutching her violin without any idea of where she has been There are hints as to what happened to a Hanna during the war through snippets of her dreams but I wanted to know than we end up finding outI missed something in the book description so I was surprised to find that this was a time travel story in part When I read “across time” I took it to mean alternating time frames but since I enjoy time travel it was an interesting addition to the story Max travels in time to save his neighbors and attempts to save Hanna from what she has endured and to find a time and place where they can be together While this doesn’t have that gut punch effect I mentioned at the beginning it’s an important book in its own right poignantly reflecting how lives of some that survived the Holocaust were affected Cantor explains that these characters are fiction but has done a terrific job of presenting real events that took place in history A commendable book of historical fiction I received an advanced copy of this book from Harper Perennial through Edelweiss