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Publisher's Summary

Life growing up in the shadows of WWII. Kids born in the '40s grew up fast. They had to. By the time they were five more than 70 million people were killed in the largest world war in the history of man.
©2011 Jerome Mark Antil (P)2016 Jerome Mark Antil
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By Katie on 02-20-17

This should be a required read for everyone!

Would you consider the audio edition of The Pompey Hollow Book Club to be better than the print version?

Unfortunately, I have not read the printed version of this book. I tend to listen to more books than I read now a days.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Pompey Hollow Book Club?

There so many it is hard to pick a specific moment. I guess the swapping of the sandwich for a quarter. It set the whole tone of the book.

What does Lee Alan bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Had I read the book, I would have had my voice in my head. Having Lee Alan read the book I could imagine my grandfather relating tales from his boyhood. Lee added the extra dimension to the story.

Any additional comments?

It is a story about how people are kind and generous to each other.<br/><br/>It is a story about how people work together and accomplish great things.<br/><br/>It is a story that the leaders of our country should read. They could absolutely learn from this work of art.<br/>

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