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  • Love and war

    This isn’t my usual read however I still enjoyed it despite the uncomfortable subject matter, I think fiction is a great way to open people’s eyes to history and if I’m honest I rarely consider the impact of WWII on other countries. There is such a contrast between the two main characters here, Simone the General’s daughter whose name alone allows her privilege and Hava who is ultimately judged purely by her Jewish religion. The strength of friendship between the two seems very strong, it would be easy to think they have been long term friends however in the time they have known each other they have built an enduring friendship. I enjoyed reading of the innocent pre war adventures they had together, it built up a good picture of them however I personally would have preferred more of a focus on the war and their evacuation. That said this is very moving and thought provoking and definitely a worthwhile read.

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