Books for Everyone, Cross over, friendship stories, grief, Historical Fiction, Personal Faves, Uncategorized, WWII, YA

Hard to Read, Harder to Put Down: Rose Under Fire Review

Despite being an avid reader of WWII fiction, I had never heard of Ravensbruck or the Rabbits. ¬†After reading Elizabeth Wein's devastating follow-up to Code Name Verity I know I will never forget them.¬†This book is difficult to read at times, but I was unable to tear myself away. American teenager Rose Justice finishes her… Continue reading Hard to Read, Harder to Put Down: Rose Under Fire Review

Books for Everyone, Cross over, Historical Fiction, Mystery, Personal Faves, WWII, YA

Friendship & Espionage: Code Name Verity Review

When I was 12 all I wanted to read were stories about WWII. I was fascinated by the incredible feats of survival and bravery the average person was able to accomplish and couldn't wrap my head around the scope and horror of the war. I wasn't alone; many children gravitate to books about war, which… Continue reading Friendship & Espionage: Code Name Verity Review