The Nightingale

 Books I enjoyed:

nightingaleKristin Hannah’s The Nightingale is a wonderful book that hardly needs more publicity, but I will gladly give it. I couldn’t stop reading until I finished it. Set in WWII, it tells the story of two sisters, each dealing in their own way within German-occupied, war-torn France. As it states on Amazon:
“A heartbreakingly beautiful novel that celebrates the resilience of the human spirit and the durability of women.” I couldn’t agree more.

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