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Little Amy Never Knew Her Father

One dark night, when she was only a baby, the Soviet secret police forcefully arrested Amy’s father…and condemned him to the frigid wastelands of Siberia.

Then as World War II began, the armies of the Third Reich invaded her small Russian village. Amy, a tender seven-year-old child, was taken by cattle car to a slave labor camp and witnessed firsthand the horrors of Hitler’s Germany

As the war ends, Amy and her mother make a daring escape, with execution the likely verdict if they are captured. Over the years, Amy wondered about her father. Was he still alive? Would she ever see him again?

A true story, GOODBYE IS NOT FOREVER  serves as a vivid confirmation of God’s never-ending grace in the lives of His children.

Excellent book!Posted by Ola Vaughn on 21st Mar 2023

This is Amy's story from her childhood to adulthood and how God worked a most wonderful miracle in her family's life!

Goodbye Is Not ForeverPosted by Bruce Fritz on 6th Jan 2022

I gave away my last copy to my daughter-in-law and I wanted to replace it so I can read it again and then give it to someone else in the future. I have often thought and prayed that this book would make a terrific movie, much like "The Hiding Place" 50 years ago. Today the world needs this clear and poignant message of God's love and grace more than ever.

Heart-wrenching storyPosted by Unknown on 10th Dec 2018

This is an amazing story about Amy's life and how she overcame adversities in a communist country and became an inspiring Christian. Definitely a page turner! Highly recommend the book

Ways I use this bookPosted by Judy Kannady on 14th Oct 2014

Amy's story is at once - History - Romance - Drama - Miraculous - Spiritual Journey I give this book away because it's a well-written autobiography, because it tells a part of history we don't usually hear, and because it introduces people to Jesus Christ in a non-threatening way through Amy's experiences. One copy usually makes the rounds of a dozen people or more before it makes its way back to me. It's an excellent story, compelling, and well-written.

"This Book Should Be A Movie"

We have a great opportunity for the book “Goodbye Is Not Forever” to be made into a Film or a television project.