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Evacuation of England: The Twist in the Gulf Stream

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Louis Pope Gratacap's "Evacuation of England: The Twist in the Gulf Stream" is a riveting historical fiction novel set during World War II. The story follows a young English woman named Charlotte as she navigates the challenges of the war, including the evacuation of children from England to America.

Gratacap's writing is evocative and immersive, drawing readers into the heart of the wartime experience. The characters are well-developed and relatable, making it easy to become emotionally invested in their fates. The author's attention to detail in depicting the historical events of the era adds a layer of authenticity to the novel.

One of the standout aspects of the book is its exploration of the impact of war on individuals and families. Gratacap skillfully weaves together themes of love, loss, and resilience, creating a story that is both poignant and thought-provoking.

Overall, "Evacuation of England: The Twist in the Gulf Stream" is a powerful and moving novel that offers a fresh perspective on a well-trodden historical period. Fans of historical fiction and wartime dramas will find plenty to enjoy in this compelling read.

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This book is ostensibly about a theoretical catastrophic geologic event. It turns into a meditation on what it means to be an English person, and at the end, includes a ringing defense of America.

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