Saving Hope

Saving Hope Liese Sherwood-Fabre
  • Title: Saving Hope
  • Author: Liese Sherwood-Fabre
  • ISBN: 9781619378537
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • Saving Hope Liese Sherwood-Fabre Saving Hope In one of Siberia s formerly closed cities Alexandra Pavlova an unemployed microbiologist struggles to save her daughter s life When she turns to Vladimir her oldest friend for help she s drawn
    In one of Siberia s formerly closed cities, Alexandra Pavlova, an unemployed microbiologist, struggles to save her daughter s life When she turns to Vladimir, her oldest friend, for help, she s drawn into Russia s underworld His business dealings with the Iranians come to the attention of Sergei Borisov, an FSB formerly the KGB agent Alexandra finds herself joining foIn one of Siberia s formerly closed cities, Alexandra Pavlova, an unemployed microbiologist, struggles to save her daughter s life When she turns to Vladimir, her oldest friend, for help, she s drawn into Russia s underworld His business dealings with the Iranians come to the attention of Sergei Borisov, an FSB formerly the KGB agent Alexandra finds herself joining forces with Sergei to stop the export of a deadly virus in a race to save both her daughter and the world An alpha female heroine and a tantalizing premise that toys with the most basic of emotions a parent s drive to save their child Nothing frilly or fancy, just good old fashioned, gimmick free storytelling And what could be better than that Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of the Cotton Malone series and The Romanov Prophecy Liese Sherwood Fabre has concocted an extremely well written story that grabs you from the beginning and holds you relentlessly through all the twists and turns until the unexpected end Paula G Paul, winner of the Willa awardrrently out of print
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    About Liese Sherwood-Fabre


    1. Liese Sherwood Fabre grew up in Dallas, Texas and knew she was destined to write when she got an A in the second grade for her story about Dick, Jane, and Sally s ruined picnic After obtaining her PhD from Indiana University, she joined the federal government and had the opportunity to work and live internationally for than fifteen years in Africa, Latin America, and Russia Returning to the states, she seriously pursued her writing career and has published several pieces Her debut novel Saving Hope, a thriller set in Russia, is now available from Musa Publishing You can follow her upcoming releases and other events by joining her newsletter at liesesherwoodfabre, or visiting her Facebook, Twitter, or Bebo accounts You can also contact her at liese liesesherwoodfabre.


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    1. Saving Hope is a good thriller set with a plot that does intrigue but characters who interest The story revolves around emotions, actions and realistic conflicts Alexandra, a female microbiologist scientist, is determined to help her daughter who requires medical attention for a heart defect she suffers from However, things don t play in her, or her daughter s, favor and problems arise from realistic but sad circumstances and situations There are underdeveloped medical facilities and people who [...]

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    2. It is a frigid night in Siberia in the year 2000 In their small apartment, Alexandra Pavlova is jerked awake by the sound of her small daughter s struggled breathing The mother s tender caress of her forehead reveals a raging fever Quickly Alexandra wakes her husband Yuri, and the parents bundle up Nadezhda for the drive from their city, bearing the Soviet style name of Stop 100, to the regional hospital, 100 kilometers away.With expensive medicines that her parents must buy, Nadezhda Hope, in R [...]

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    3. I was blessed with a free copy of this book, and have chosen of my own volition to share my review with you Fantastic read Complexly developed characters The story has many twists and turns Story line is coherent and easy to follow.What would a mother do to save her daughter s life If you were the mother in this story, how far would you go A sick child tends to take over the total focus of the concerned parent This child is in Russia, and the struggle her mother goes through to ensure her care i [...]

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    4. The premise of the story is what would a person do to save a loved one This is a gripping and intriguing story with the author telling a compelling story Her portrayal of life in the Soviet Union is visual, gritty and realistic This book opened my eyes to the hardships and fears the Russians go through everyday to survive and their struggles to achieve their hopes and dreams The mother s determination to overcome the obstacles that are thrown at her is admirable This story has mystery, love, and [...]

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    5. is the debut novel by International Thriller Writers member Liese Sherwood Fabre Set in turbulent Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Saving Hope draws on Liese s experience living in Russia.Inspiration to write this story came to Liese from the cold, frightening facts about the dismantling of the Soviets illegal biological weapons programs Many people worry about the security of the Soviets old nuclear arsenal Fewer are aware of the danger posed by the underemployed, sometimes desper [...]

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    6. TITLE SAVING HOPEAUTHOR LIESE SHERWOOD FABRESTARS 5REVIEWER WENDE SHEETSAlexandra and her husband, Yuri were scientist for the Biomedical Research Center Four years ago Alexandra left her job to care for her daughter, Nadezhda, which means HOPE Nadezhda was born with a heart condition, rather than put her in a sanatorium they felt the best care for her was home The day this sweet little girl was born Alexandra found she had a new job, and her number one goal is to do what is best for her NO MATT [...]

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    7. The events described in Saving Hope are set in a formerly closed city in Siberia In times after the fall of the Soviet Union, when all the country s economy collapsed, countless people lost their jobs and were struggling to survive Those were times when some people made decisions to make their money by some dishonest and often dangerous ways The book describes those times so realistically from simple traditions of graduating from high school to various domestic problems of everyday life in Russi [...]

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    8. Although health care in the United States is far from perfect, I d rather work through our issues than deal with the struggles that face the Russians Saving Hope is set in Siberia where Alexandra must attempt to find the best care for her daughter who has a heart condition There is no guarantee that doctors in Russia will even treat her daughter so she also plans to seek help outside the country All of this takes money that they don t have Alexandra and her husband, Yuri, are unemployed microbio [...]

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    9. I won this book in a giveaway and I am so glad I did I thoroughly enjoyed it I might have passed it by if I had not won it and I would have missed a very interesting suspense novel that takes us to Russia I enjoyed the characters and the plot line, it had action, suspense and even some romance and it held me spellbound until the last page It gave me a glimpse at what life was like living in Russia which I found very interesting I was sorry the book was finished because I wanted Perhaps we can a [...]

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    10. This is a well written intriguing suspense novel Oh my goodness, I felt as if I had lived in Russia after reading it This is a story of a Russian scientist struggling to save her sick child An interesting thriller on top of a realistic glimpse into life in a country that is crumbling apart and the desperation to which it s citizens are driven.At first i thought Saving Hope was a cornball title But I see now that it is really was all about saving hope A talented writer and a worthy tale.

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    11. I received this book in exchange of an honest review It took me a bit to get into the story and it was a little confusing given the different culture but I did enjoy it It was a tad bit predictable but I was rooting for the main character the whole time I enjoy suspense and the ending was just very close to what I wanted to happen Thanks for the opportunity to read and review this one

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    12. As the book opens, a desperate mother is urging her husband to take their sick child to the hospital even though she knows he is worried about what it will cost This is Siberia in post Soviet Russia where medical facilities are limited and expensive Alexandra, however, is determined that her child will survive and get the medical attention she needs for her congenital heart problems A former microbiologist, Alexandra and her scientist husband are out of work as their laboratory was closed Fortun [...]

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    13. The author sent me this book to review for my honest opinion This books has a lot of twists and turns and you never know what will happen next Alexandra tries to save her daughter and the rest of the world from a deadly virus It was fascinating to go on her adventure with her Thanks Liese Sherwood Fabre for my copy of your book.

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    14. With all the Russian names it took me a bit longer to get into the story and sort out who was who Poor Alexandra for getting stuck in the middle between her husband Yuri and their friend Vladimir I figured out what was going to happen and was hoping for a few twists or turns to throw me off but it didn t happen The ending was good but a little sad, poor Sergei.

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