THE TIDE IN THE ATTIC by Aleil Van
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THE TIDE IN THE ATTIC

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Aleil Van Ehi, a journalist, was personally involved in the disastrous flood of He the and learned firsthand of the courage and of his people. Is the , uncluttered language of a journalist, he has written a ful low keyed of how one family managed to survive the tragedy while their last and livestock perished around them. It is fictitious, but few : will the Weilsmakers touch firm ground. Like all people in the , they were awakened by the warning sound of churchhells one bleak night in February, that the likes had broken by the force of the storm, but never thinking that were the group took up vigil in the attic. Kees, the great thrill, but as the water rushed over the land and slow rise, excitement turned to old fear. How each member of the group longer and methods to avert makes a time tale. to the roof, their sweeping relief at the sight of a is the only acknowledgement of what they had gone through. Masterfully without

Publisher: Criterion