Nancy Wake (by Russell Braddon) … not a warm fuzzy read

While I was looking forward to reading this book and learning about Nancy Wake, I felt like the writing was stilted. It did not flow and did not keep my attention. That made me sad because Nancy Wake was an amazing woman. Her role, along with that of many other women in the SOE, was inspiring. Her life was filled with risks and her willingness to be such an integral part of the resistance against Hitler’s role in so many atrocities was nothing short of admirable.

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

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