When Sera’s new husband William is arrested for a crime he never committed, Sera’s worst nightmare begins. The tough legal battle begins as does Sera’s battle to gain her husbands freedom. As things heat up questions arise about William’s innocence. Is there a chance that William could really be guilty after all?
A Sparrow in Terezin looks at both past and present and the struggles of two women. Sera James and Kaja Makovsky struggle with being taken away from they men that they love and their families. Both must show great courage in the face of adversity. They must learn to survive and to fight for what they love, no matter the cost to themselves. Above all, they must learn to trust God as the darkest hours of their lives approach.
I personally found this book hard to get into and at times the plot seemed to drag. Scenes seemed disjointed; like they had just been thrown together. The writing felt forced and it was hard for me to connect to the characters. Not recommended.