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Seventh Novel Is Being Worked on by Cheryl Freier


Posted by cheryl - May 21st, 2017

In continuation of the theme of the telling of the Freier family’s story—-what happened to them as they lived out the years during the world war— Cheryl Freier is continuing the series- she is writing the seventh novel. The Grayling is the first book.

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Remember What Happened in Nazi Slovakia When the Nazis Took Over by Cheryl Freier, author and illustrator


Posted by cheryl - July 29th, 2016

Remember. Remember what happened to Slovakia in WWII when the Nazis took over. It was complete tyranny. Read my novels on the Holocaust in Slovakia and find out how Joseph Freier survived. See the books on the website: www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com. Purchase from any online bookstore. Thank you Cheryl Freier, author and illustrator

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Let US All Remember What Our Freedom Means by author Cheryl Freier


Posted by cheryl - July 28th, 2016

As We Read Cheryl Freier’s novels on the Holocaust, we realize how precious our freedom is. Let us all work to preserve our precious freedom. It is only 75 years ago that Hitler marched with his armies into Slovakia and took over the people’s freedom. Purchase my books on any online bookstore. LOOK AT my website at www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com. Thank you.

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Look for the book The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems by Cheryl Freier


Posted by cheryl - June 21st, 2016

Look for the book that tells the story of how the Freier family got off of a ‘death train’. Read chapter 9, The Train, page 44 in the book: the Grayling Hidden Truth Poems. Purchase the book on any online book store. See the website: www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com.

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The Grayling Fish Was The Freier Family’s Symbol of Resistance Against The Nazis


Posted by cheryl - September 10th, 2015

The grayling fish became the Freier family’s symbol of resistance against the Nazis in Nazi Slovakia. See www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com. Read the book The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems, and the other novels that follow. The novels tell the story of the Freier family’s resistance against the Nazis; the novels tell the true story about their survival in war-torn Slovakia. www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com

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Every Day Was A Life-Threatening Challenge To The Freier Family In Nazi Slovakia


Posted by cheryl - September 4th, 2015

The Grayling Fish Was The Freier Family’s Symbol of Resistance Against The Nazis is Slovakia
Written in the book the Grayling Hidden Truth Poems is the powerful story of the day-to-day resistance and survival against the Nazis in Slovakia. It is a must read. www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com.

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While The War Raged, This Is What Happened To Its People


Posted by cheryl - September 3rd, 2015

The War Came To Slovakia And These Were Bitter Times
The character Sam endures one hardship after another in his attempt to live out the war. On page 95 of The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems, the text of the novel reads, “A mist hovered over the trunks and branches of the trees, making it hard to see, but Sam knew his way. “There are always clusters of trees”, he muttered to himself, and he remembered what Joseph had taught him, “walk closely to the trees”. He felt like a shadow—-traveling amongst the trees, moving cautiously and n step with all the creatures, who knew that the woods were their only habitat.”

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We Survived The War, But It Was Because Of The Help Of The Good Christian People


Posted by cheryl - September 1st, 2015

How The Freier Family Survived In The Woods of Micholovce During The Nazi Seize
My mother-in-law told me, “We were helped by good Christian people, otherwise we would not have survived”. Written on page 93 are the following words….”Joseph’s devoted friend, his foreman, had secretly carried the blankets and coats in a wagon late one evening. When the foreman’s horse would not go into the deep woods, he himself made a stretcher from wood and he put the coats and blankets on the top of it, and pulled it along until he came to the hideout…..”

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Would They Live Or Die In Auchwitz–This Was The Quiestion. Cheryl Freier wrote in the book about her husband, Martin Freier and his family


Posted by cheryl - August 30th, 2015

Joseph And His Family Knew That The End Was Near When They Were Crammed Into the Boxcar
On page 49, the reader is presented with Joseph Freier’s thoughts: “Joseph and his family had been put into one of the end cars, by chance; they stood in the middle of the car, holding each other’s hands and closing their eyes. They were convinced that this was the end for them. In the train were a few remaining members, close members of Joseph Freier’s family; but in this train there were over 32 members of Anna’s family, sisters, and their families, and her father. They all waited in anticipation for the sound of the wheels to start.

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Read The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems For A Fabulous Reading Experience Of How the Freier’s Found Goodness Even In Such A Bitter War


Posted by cheryl - August 27th, 2015

Treat Yourself to the Finest of Reading Experiences by Reading the Grayling Hidden Truth Poems
A monumental, powerful passage of words as was written on page 60 of the novel, The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems, “Sam went to open the door when the man called at him and speak loudly, ‘Please take some bread, and cookies, and some fresh pot cheese with our and remember that the ring will be waiting for you when you come back’. Sam shook his head up and down once, and looked at the man through the lens of a tear on the front of his eye, and said, “Thank you”. His heart pounded away—-beating to the tune of goodness. He was about to say, “If we make it back”, and he could not mutter any other words, as his face turned red and more tears began to flow. Not wanting the jeweler to see him crying, he turned and walked out the door.”

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