Sunday, September 4, 2016
Sunday Book Review -September 2016
This story grabs you with the discovery of an old trunk. The trunk takes the narrator back to France at the time of the Nazi occupation and introduces you to two sisters. The story immerse you into the lives of these two woman as they survive the Nazi occupation in France. It describes the hardships of the citizens of an occupied country. It gives you an idea of what is happening to women and children in occupied countries today. It is an eye-opening story.
This books draws you in and keeps you up till early morning...you can't put it down.
It is a great read for a book club or even for an women's study group. Thanks Kristin Hannah, I loved it.
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