Tag: historical fiction

The Fire by Night

the fire by night

I can’t say enough how much I enjoyed this book. I loved this very poignant story of two nurses during their service in WWII. They’re two very different woman with two very different paths during the war. The author, Teresa Messineo, researched and interviewed until she had enough factual pieces to weave into this compelling

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Salt to the Sea

salt to the sea

Talk about a page turner… woah. If you love historical fiction [particularly the WWII and Holocaust era], then this one is for you. There’s a little romance thrown in there, too, but this book is mostly about the compassionate people who find each other in the worst circumstances imaginable. It’s a story of courage, kindness,

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All the Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See

Hands down – this is one of the most well-written books I’ve ever read. The back cover has a quote from a critic that states the author sees things as a scientist, but writes like a poet. That precisely defines how beautifully done this book is. It is extremely moving and powerful; you won’t be

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