Kristin Hannah’s The Nightingale takes us through France during the Second World War and the lives of two very different sisters.
Both do what they can to survive but their actions – at odds with each other – lead to friction when danger comes close to home.
It’s a period of time that should never be forgotten and Hannah does a wonderful job at bringing it alive.
The scenes toward the end of the novel are heartbreaking – I defy you to walk away without shedding a tear!
What’s on your bookshelf at the moment? Any recommendations?!
PS Cover image via here.