The Warsaw Sisters by Amanda Barratt // Review

Lucie's Review: 

Emotional and evocative, the author does an amazing job of bringing the horrible realities of WWII to life through the eyes of two amazing sisters. 

Well researched and deeply historical, this book vividly shows the hardships faced by so many living in Poland during the German occupation. Antonina has always seen herself as more meek than her bolder sister, Helena. But the war forces her out of her comfort zone and has her finding her footing in her own act of resistance. While Helena goes to fight with Poland's secret army.

Engaging, and hard to read in a good way, because of how well the time period is brought to life. Poignant, well written tale of love and sacrifice, this is a book that will stick with you long after the last page is turned. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. 

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