World War II — in fiction and nonfiction — 10 Comments

  1. I just picked up “Code Name Verity” from the library this past weekend–I read a glowing review of it on another blog, written by a blogger who I tend to agree with. And now to hear that it’s your favorite fiction read of 2013–what am I waiting for?? I need to stop reading blogs tonight and start reading that book! 🙂

  2. I just grabbed a used copy of Code Name Verity from a library sale a few weeks ago and I’m looking forward to reading it since I’ve heard so many wonderful things. Earlier this year, I read Margot by Jillian Cantor, which is a fictional alternate history written about Margot Frank that I thought was really interesting.

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  4. I like that your books aren’t just all about WWII, but all about WWII France. It’s much more specific and I find it more interesting because it makes the books more connected. They all sound like really good books too 🙂

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