The Violin Maker’s Daughter (by Sharon Maas) … emotional real of love, sacrifice, and betrayal

I love reading historical fiction books that take place during WWII. I was pleased to have the opportunity to read this one. Once again you are exposed to the horrors of how Hitler’s reign tore apart and destroyed families. Sarah’s journey as her parents attempt to have her escape the reign of the Nazis is fraught with difficulties. One thing that took away my enjoyment in reading was Sarah’s self-absorbed, immature, and naïve attitude. Though her eventual effort on behalf of the resistance does provide some redemption. There are lots of twists. The book is an emotional read of love, sacrifice, and betrayal.

Thank you to NetGalley and Bookoutre for my advanced review copy. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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