Monday, February 28, 2011

You Can Love Again by Meg Messer–A Review (Autobiography)

Before WWII she lived with her scientist father, pianist mother and brother in a quiet Berlin neighborhood--then her world began to crumble. For safety’s sake she was sent to Stuttgard to stay with her Aunt and Uncle…three days later Stuttgard was bombed for the first time.


This is not historic fiction but an autobiography that will bring tears and joy to the reader written by Meg Messer and published by Outskirts Press, released December 29, 2010.

Meg tells us the story of a beautiful girl who finished high school in Germany, went to England to study at Cambridge, returned to Heidelberg to study at the Opera school. From teaching, performing, laughing and loving to the tragedies and tears she writes her story with honesty, pride and happiness.

You can visit Meg Messer at her author website.

Review by Lynnette Phillips, Avid Book Reviews

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