REVIEW: Remember the Lilies by Liz Tolsma


Irene and Rand come from opposites sides of the world, at least by the standard of what matters to them.  Irene travels with her aunt through the jungles of the Philippines as missionaries.  Rand manages night clubs and caters to the elite crowd.  Both, however, are imprisoned during WWII when the Japanese take over the Philippines.  For over three years, follow their survival and growth.  When everything is taken away, including loved ones and livelihood, find Irene and Rand brought to the heart of what really matters.  I found the prison camp setting during WWII to be unique.  It was a new point of history for me and I learned several things about this window of time.

Thanks for Thomas Nelson for providing me an advance copy to read and review in my own words.

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