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Pearson Media Discovers Karen Sandrick’s Work, Comments It’s a “Transcendent Historical Gem”

Being first place category winner of the 2018 Goethe Book Awards, Karen M Sandrick’s work has no doubt captured the attention of many – notably that of the reputable Pearson Media Group as they now team up to transform her book into an astounding screenplay.

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“The Pear Tree” by Karen Sandrick
“The Pear Tree” by Karen Sandrick

Pearson Media Group raises the bar and works alongside Jose Zambrano Cassella, an award-winning director, producer, and cinematographer, experienced in several theatrically released feature films, documentaries, over 500 national and international TV Commercials, Reality TV and much more. The agency further extends its generosity and offers that it be included in 25 film festivals. The screenplay will be pitched and submitted to famous Hollywood producers and directors.

The Pear Tree is a gripping and authentic recounting of a little-known yet important moment in the history of World War II. In the spring of 1942, Czech Resistance fighters assassinate Reinhardt Heydrich, the notorious head of Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia. The Nazi high command impetuously points the blame on the innocent small town of Lidice, ensuing in total destruction, ruthless execution of its men, and abduction of its women and children.
Filled with evocative imageries and written with the ultimate degree of vividness, it reads like a screenplay painted to life from the very personal and human perspectives of different individuals, each portraying certain scenes in the best way. The story moves in a crisp, fast-paced, and very readable style as it navigates through complex events and interesting multifaceted characters whom readers can’t help but care for the more they become immersed in the tale.

The book follows people who are categorized as outsiders and shows how that changes the way they view themselves. It reveals the insidiousness of bigotry that turns son against mother, neighbor against neighbor, and friend away from friend. Lives of victims are depicted with wrenching emotions as they go through terrible loss and separation from loved ones.
Along with these themes are the long-term trauma of injustice and the difficulty of having to go on with one’s life despite how meaningless it had become. In the aftermath of the bloody massacre, only a few characters emerge whole and they drift through the debris of atrocity in search of hope. Small acts of humanity keep them alive as they strive to finish their personal missions.
With the rise of nationalism, racism, and xenophobia across the globe, minority groups are being labeled as different, suspicious, or inferior just because of who they are. While a colossal number of literary resources cover the period of WWII, “The Pear Tree” is unique as it deals with these other concepts.
From the pages of this transcendent historical gem, be inspired to speak for the mistreated or discriminated, for this timely book will empower its readers to spark up the flame of courage within their very hearts.
The Pear Tree”
Written by Karen M. Sandrick
Published by Karen M Sandrick
Published Date: August 29, 2017
Paperback: $13.88
About the Author
Karen M Sandrick is a long-time freelance medical and science writer based in Chicago. Her debut work of historical fiction, “The Pear Tree,” was released in 2017.

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