Child of the Light (Book 1 of The Madagascar Manifesto) by George Guthridge, Janet Berliner, Neil Jackson

By George Guthridge, Janet Berliner, Neil Jackson

This outstanding booklet follows the lives of 3 pals, Solomon Freund, a Jew, Erich Wiesser, his Catholic neighbor and “brother in blood”, and Miriam Rathenau, whom either boys love, and who occurs to be niece of Germany’s international minister Walther Rathenau. From their adolescence supporting at their mom and dad’ co-owned tobacco store, the lads locate their courting strained, as was once all of Germany, through the expansion of the nationwide Socialist celebration and the descent of Germany right into a Nazi hell.

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George Guthridge is a nationally honored educator and author. His book The Kids From Nowhere tells the story of his work with Siberian-Yupik children who were considered uneducable until George led them to three national academic championships. In addition, he has written nearly 100 pieces of short fiction, which have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. Together, Janet and George are the authors of more than a dozen stories and the Madagascar Manifesto Series: Child of the Light, Child of the Journey, and the Bram Stoker Award-winning Children of the Dusk.

Oh God, let me die. " A thin shiver ran down Sol's spine--the kind his mama said meant a goose had walked on his grave. The nightmares, the fear--how foolish he had been! Maybe there had never been a woman's voice! He should have thought of this before, after the accident and Erich's grand mal seizure, when the doctor told them about some of the strange things that happened to people who had seizures. Sometimes they could not remember anything about what had happened before and after the seizure, and sometimes--during the seizure--they spoke in tongues.

No! You take him to the hospital. I'm going to take care of this grate, right now, this minute--" "Sol! " Erich had begun to shake uncontrollably. "The boy's going into shock," Herr Freund said. " He took off his jacket and wrapped it around Erich. "He's having one of his seizures, Papa," Erich heard Sol say. Suddenly Erich felt as if a giant fist had punched him in the small of his back. He heard himself scream as his head jerked back tautly and his body arched into a hard bow. He heard his teeth chattering, felt something soft being wedged between his lips.

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