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[PDF / Epub] ☂ Beneath a Scarlet Sky By Mark T. Sullivan – Tushna-hram.ru Based on the true story of a forgotten hero Beneath a Scarlet Sky is the triumphant epic tale of one young man’s incredible courage and resilience during one of history’s darkest hours Pino LellaGhteen to become the personal driver for Adolf Hitler’s left hand in Italy General Hans Leyers one of the Third Reich’s most mysterious and powerful commandersNow with the opportunity to spy for the Allies inside the German High Command Pino endures the horrors of the war and the Nazi occupation by fighting in secret his courage bolstered by his love for Anna and for the life he dreams they will one day shareFans of All the Light We Cannot See The Nightingale and Unbroken will enjoy this riveting saga of history suspense and love

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Ts nothing to do with the war or the Nazis He’s a normal Italian teenager—obsessed with music food and girls—but his days of innocence are numbered When his family home in Milan is destroyed by Allied bombs Pino joins an underground railroad helping Jews escape over the Alps and falls for Anna a beautiful widow six years his seniorIn an attempt to protect him Pino’s parents force him to enlist as a German soldier—a move they think will keep him out of combat But after Pino is injured he is recruited at the tender age of ei

Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Mark T Sullivan b is an author of thrillers Born in a Boston suburb he joined the Peace Corp Beneath a PDF/EPUB ² after college traveling to West Africa to live with a tribe of Saharan nomads Upon returning to the United States he took a job at Reuters beginning a decade long career in journalism that would eventually lead to a job as an investigative reporter for the San Diego TribuneSullivan spent th.

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  • Philip

    Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Beneath a Scarlet Sky2ish starsBased on the experiences of Pino Lella an unsung WWII hero the events at the heart of this book are incredible and inspiring Sullivan though obviously well meaning presents them here in what is or less a bloated commercialized color by number hagiographySomehow present at just about as many significant events during WWII as one can be Pino deftly overcomes every obstacle in his path While again incredible and inspiring there's not much in the way of tension or suspense especially for a book styled as a WWII thriller The pacing is inconsistent; some horrific gut wrenching events are bizarrely skimmed over while other insignificant ones are unnecessarily drawn out I suppose all of these things can be forgiven there are only so many liberties one can take with what we’re led to believe is a partially fact based story but I could never get ove


  • Emily May

    Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Beneath a Scarlet Sky2 12 stars This was nowhere near as engaging as I would expect from a book that has a 44 average rating over 48000 readersThe strength of Beneath a Scarlet Sky comes from it's exploration of the Italian experience under Mussolini during the Second World War I know almost nothing about what happened here despite having read A LOT of books and memoirs set durin


  • Always Pouting

    Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Beneath a Scarlet SkyI know I've been gone but I'm back now so don't worry I'll be clogging your feeds with my garbage reviews again now I already started reading my next bookA semi biographical story about an Italian teenager Pino Lella who is sent to a convent after Allied forces airstrike destroys his home in Milan At the convent he helps the priest smuggle out Jews to Switzerland who have come there for help He meets and falls in love with Anna an older widow Eventually he is called home and made to join the army for protection Eventually he uses his position in the army as a driver to one of the most powerful German generals to spy for the Allies There are so many


  • Katie

    Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Beneath a Scarlet SkyOne feature of every hugely engaging novel is that it’s palpable throughout that the author has invested a great deal of heart and imagination into the narrative This is far from always the case There’s sometimes a sense an author is fulfilling a contractual obligation or is never uite inspired by hisher characters or story This is one of those novels where it’s obvious the author has thrown himself heart and soul into his material and achieved an imaginative identification with its hero so intense that he i


  • Liz

    Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Beneath a Scarlet SkyThis is a fascinating book about WWII in Italy I’ve read so much about Northern Europe during the war but this is the first book about what took place in Italy It follows the story of a real life teenager beginning in 1943 when he guides Jews over the mountain pass to Switzerland and through the events that have him end up as a spy for the Allies The story is well told and engaging The characters seem real Too often historical characters come across as wooden or two dimensional as if the author is afraid to give them feelings or characteristics that would paint them as less than heroic Here you get the full gamut of feelings including fear confusion and hat


  • jessica

    Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Beneath a Scarlet Skywhat a comfort it is to know that even in the most desperate and tragically unfathomable of circumstances courage and love are possible and can be found but what i enjoyed most about


  • LeAnne: GeezerMom

    Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Beneath a Scarlet SkyMy 14 year old is a military history buff and I'm pretty sure he will enjoy this simple work of historical fiction set in WWII Italy Me Not so much GOOD STUFF I learned that groups of Italians loosely organized by priests and archbishops of the Catholic church were active in smuggling Jewish refugees over the Alps and into Switzerland to keep them out of the Nazi reach Getting a feel for the timeline of the German presence in Italy and how it was marked by milestones of Allied advancement was also pretty interesting Jewish and political prisoners were treated horrifically in Italy something not commonly written about disturbing but we need to know these thingsSUIRRELY


  • Dorie - Cats&Books :)

    Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Beneath a Scarlet SkyThis is a 3 12 rounded up to a 4 because the story is about a real person and there is some good history here and obvious meticulous research I thought the writing was good and it flowed well but editing would definitely have helped There was too much detailed information about every single trip that Pino drove for the General There also seemed to be a lot of close calls in situations that Pino found himself in I would like to know if this is all true or based on memoryThis review is going to be short because it's an older library book and there are tons of reviews already out there My favorite part of the novel are the early years helping Fr Re take many refugees people across the mountains to freedom In this section the detailed descriptions were much appreciated when describing the beauty of the m


  • Elisabeth

    Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Beneath a Scarlet SkyThe story of Pino Lella is amazing The writing of Mark Sullivan is dreadful It reads like it was written by a sixth grader full of cliches and bad metaphors I brought this book on vacation and was so excited to read it based o


  • Terri Lynn

    Beneath a Scarlet Sky reader Âread Beneath a Scarlet SkyThis was beautifully written The events really happened but the author had to add conversations that the subject obviously could not remember decades later word for word I liked seeing the Holocaust from the viewpoint of what happened in Italy Most books include little if anything about the suffering that both Mussolini and Hitler wreaked on Italians both Jews and non Jews An amazing book I highly recommend