The Berlin Girl (by Mandy Robotham)

I enjoy reading historical fiction books set during WWII. This one was a little different than my typical read. This story was centered on Berlin and only covered a year before WWII began. The primary character, Georgie, was an amazing individual. Her work as a reporter and willingness to investigate the truth behind Hitler was nothing short of admirable. The political changes that became prevalent throughout the story made you feel the tension that was mounting as Georgie and her fellow journalist, Max, found themselves surrounded by the lies and propaganda Hitler was touting. Though focused on WWII, this was a lighter read than most of the books I typically read in this genre.

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

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