Pam Jenoff [1 year ago]
Read The Woman with the Blue Star Book Review Pam Jenoff , "An emotional novel that you will never forget." —Lisa Scottoline, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Eternal
From the author of The Lost Girls of Paris comes a riveting tale of courage and unlikely friendship during World War II -- Now a New York Times bestsller!
1942. Sadie Gault is eighteen and living with her parents in the Kraków Ghetto during World War II. When the Nazis liquidate the ghetto, Sadie and her pregnant mother are forced to seek refuge in the perilous tunnels beneath the city. One day Sadie looks up through a grate and sees a girl about her own age buying flowers.
Ella Stepanek is an affluent Polish girl living a life of relative ease with her stepmother, who has developed close alliances with the occupying Germans. While on an errand in the market, she catches a glimpse of something moving beneath a grate in the street. Upon closer inspection, she realizes it’s a girl hiding.
Ella begins to aid Sadie and the two become close, but as the dangers of the war worsen, their lives are set on a collision course that will test them in the face of overwhelming odds. Inspired by incredible true stories, The Woman with the Blue Star is an unforgettable testament to the power of friendship and the extraordinary strength of the human will to survive.
Highly recommended by Entertainment Weekly, Washington Post, CNN, BookTrib, Goodreads, Betches, AARP, Frolic, SheReads, and more!
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What an incredible vivid courageous story Pam Jenoff crafted. It was interesting, loving, horrifying and intense. A different take on the horrors of the Holocaust. Didn’t realize until reading the author’s notes that this was more than less a fictional tale.
There is too much going on in this book to feel a connection with the characters. At times, it wasn’t clear which character was speaking. Characters thoughts and actions morphed into one. There are other WW2 books that are better reads. Read Quinn or Anika Scott if you like this type of read.
The Woman With the Blue Star
Never thought about the sewers being a safe place to escape the Nazi’. Good read.
The Woman with the Blue Star
This is an excellent, fast moving story of hardship and survival. I couldn’t put it down. I highly recommend this well written and engrossing novel.
A beautifully crafted, gripping story of love and courage and faith that is almost impossible to put down. This is a tale of incredible challenges and heart breaking losses woven together with the threads of heroism, truth and triumph. It reminds the reader that love really is as vast and endless as all the stars in the sky.