Review of ‘While the Bombs Fell’, by Robbie Cheadle

Stevie Turner

Today I’m featuring Robbie Cheadle’s ‘While the Bombs Fell’:

Purchase Link:  http://bookShow.me/B07GZ2NZFK

Robbie Cheadle’s Amazon Author Page:  https://www.amazon.com/Robbie-Cheadle/e/B01N9J62GQ/

Description from Amazon:

What was it like for children growing up in rural Suffolk during World War 2?
Elsie and her family live in a small double-storey cottage in Bungay, Suffolk. Every night she lies awake listening anxiously for the sound of the German bomber planes. Often they come and the air raid siren sounds signalling that the family must leave their beds and venture out to the air raid shelter in the garden.

Despite the war raging across the English channel, daily life continues with its highlights, such as Christmas and the traditional Boxing Day fox hunt, and its wary moments when Elsie learns the stories of Jack Frost and the ghostly and terrifying Black Shuck that haunts the coastline and countryside of East Anglia.

Includes some authentic World…

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