The Paris Library (by Janet Skeslien Charles)

I am a huge fan of historical fiction books set during WWII. And if it’s a dual timeline book, I’m excited to read it. This was a different viewpoint of the Nazi invasion of Paris. Seeing how people were banned from using the library because of their heritage was moving. The fact that many of the characters in the book were based on real life individuals was intriguing. You don’t experience the typical horrors of the death camps, but there is still an intense sense of loss that is part of their lives. This is a moving story that I strongly encourage you to read.

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

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