It's that busy time of the year again...The start of a new semester! I am going to apologize in advance if my posts aren't as frequent as the usually are. This is also my last semester, which is just as exciting as it is scary! Come May I'll have my MLIS and be on my way to becoming a librarian.
I am continuing with my WWII historical fiction theme set up earlier this month by my review of All the Light We Cannot See, by reading Martha Hall Kelly's Lilac Girls. This novel also deals with WWII, but more specifically with Nazi occupation in both France and Poland. What I like about this novel is that while the main chunk of events take place in Europe, America is also discussed through the voice of the character of Caroline who lives in the New York / Connecticut area. Unlike All the Light We Cannot See, this novel seems to delve deeper into the gruesome details and horror of the Nazi Concentration Camps.
My library co-workers have all read this book and gave it high ratings, so I can't wait to get back to reading it and tell you what I think!