The Girl Without a Name (by Suzanne Goldring) … definitely a book to put on your to-be-read list

WWII historical fiction books are my favorite genre and the fact this is a dual timeline book makes it even more appealing. The characters are well developed and I liked all of the women except one. You will know who I am talking about once you read the book. There are so many emotions expressed throughout the pages…from PTSD and abuse to hope, love, bravery, and relationships. This is a really well researched book and the focus was on a different aspect of WWII than I have typically read. This is definitely a book to put on your to-be-read list.

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

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