In Darkness, Look for Stars (by Clara Benson) … more of a young adult book

I love historical fiction books set during WWII. I loved the prologue and how it started the book with a peak into a family’s involvement with the French Resistance. This is a dual timeline book, but the timeframe is closer in years. To be honest, I felt that the dialogue was trite and not deeply engaging. It seemed to be more of a young adult book if it weren’t for the subject matter. I did not care for any of the characters in the story except for Maggie. And she did not play that significant of a role. It’s not a horrible book to read, but also not one of my favorites in this genre.

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

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