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  • Intriguing look at WWII

    I thought I had it all where WWII was concerned but Erika Robuck has introduced me to another part of the war that intrigues me. Virginia Hall has made herself invisible and takes that skill to help defeat the Nazi’s. She goes to places that most men would not want to go to, she sees things that causes nightmares for many, and she does it without worry of her own wellbeing. Everything about The Invisible Woman is intriguing. From the different locations that Virginia is needed, the amazing heroes that she meets along the way, the horrific Nazi’s she has to be fearless of, and the communities that she helps as she stays in the various safe house; there is so much history yet it did not feel like I was reading a history lesson. I was reading about a person, place, and war as if it was fiction but there was so much fact.

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