Daughters of War by Dinah Jefferies

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

Captivating, beautiful, and dangerous, Daughters of War is a historical fiction that you won’t be able to put down!

Three sisters living in France in 1944 are living with a German occupation. Hélène, Elise and Florence live together after the loss of their father. The sisters are each living their own lives, and we get to know each one’s personality throughout the story. As the story progresses, we find that each sister has to make decisions and actions that could put everyone at risk.

I thought the author did a fantastic job of bringing details to life. I felt so swept into the story with her atmospheric writing. The horrors of the war were brought to life, and the fear and danger felt by the people was tangible. Overall, I would highly recommend this to any reader that enjoys WWII historical fiction!

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A new sweeping historical novel of World War II from the international bestselling author of The Tea Planter’s Wife. Available to pre-order now!
France, 1944.

In an old stone cottage, on the edge of a beautiful French village, three sisters long for the end of the war.

Hélène, the eldest, is trying her hardest to steer her family to safety, even as the Nazi occupation becomes more threatening.

Elise, the rebel, is determined to help the Resistance, whatever the cost.

And Florence, the dreamer, just yearns for a world where France is free.

Then, one dark night, the Allies come knocking for help. And Hélène knows that she cannot sit on the sidelines any longer. But secrets from their own mysterious past threaten to unravel everything they hold most dear… 

Just the Facts:

Daughters of War by Dinah Jefferies
Genre: Historical Fiction
Publisher: Harper Collins
Pub Date: November 16, 2021

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I was provided a gifted copy of this book for free. I am leaving my honest review voluntarily.

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