Tomorrow Will Be Kinder.

Tomorrow Will Be Kinder.

3.3K Reads 116 Votes 6 Part Story
monique & meli By ficklehearts Updated Apr 09, 2013

In a small, quaint town near the south of Germany, lives Libby; full name Lisbeth Bonevie, with her mother, father and older brother, Matthieu. Libby is a normal 17 year old girl; she loves to dress pretty, gossip with her friends, and go to the dock with her best friend, Jasper. The only thing seperating her from normal 17 year old's, is the fact that she is jewish. And under the rein of 'Hitler', that is one seperation that will be hard to overcome.

Read as Libby keeps a firm grip on the one thing that will always be there for her: hope.

  • camp
  • catholic
  • concentration
  • forbidden
  • france
  • hitler
  • holocaust
  • hope
  • jew
  • jewish
  • jews
  • love
  • minetokeepwarm
  • nazi
  • seperation
  • two
  • war
  • world
  • world-war-two
  • wwii
jlfbby jlfbby May 02, 2013
Ohmygosh I just watched that little clip on the side, it makes me feel so sad.. But this is a great story so far :)
CLKirlow CLKirlow May 05, 2012
Oh my gosh, what an amazing prologue. I had goosebumps from reading it and the words ring so true in my ears.
                              There ain't much I can say for the prologue so I'm going to read on and comment there, too! :D
K_June K_June Apr 28, 2012
I'll wait until I get to some longer chapters before giving any critique, but this seems to be off to a good start and I'll head to Chapter One now
unePizza unePizza Apr 24, 2012
Really gripping prologue, it makes me want to read more ! I loved the las line it's so true about hope :)) no spelling mistakes that I saw I really liked it glad I found it :)
xXTheBelieverXx xXTheBelieverXx Apr 23, 2012
I really enjoyed reading this prologue, I like how you asked the readers questions that everyone can relate to and answer as they see them. Very great way to begin a story.
insertwittynamehere insertwittynamehere Apr 22, 2012
Wow, what a trailer!!! Amazing, I'd have to say! & this prologue is really moving! I hate when people use prologues, but they don't fit at all, but I can tell that this one is going to enhance the story ultimately!
                              
                              Love this!