Uncommon Sacrifice (War Girls Book 6) by Marion Kummerow – Review by Debi Kircher

Uncommon Sacrifice (War Girls Book 6)Uncommon Sacrifice by Marion Kummerow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Uncommon Sacrifice (War Girls Book 6) by Marion Kummerow

5 Stars

Awesome!! This is my first book by this author, I read the synopsis and was curious and decided to go out of my comfort zone and read a book that would normally never hit my kindle. These kinds of stories don’t normally hold my attention and are sometimes too real and they just simply bother me. This one though…..WOW…I read every single word, and found it really hard to put down to do real life stuff. I was worried after the first couple pages that it was going to fall flat for me as these types of books normally do. After those few pages it didn’t take long and I was 100% invested in this story. All I can say is that it must be the authors writing because it was completely and utterly amazing. It was not a very long book but was so full of perfectly written content that I can not explain how much I enjoyed reading this. I am also now looking back to the first 5 of this series and do believe I will be reading them all because now I can not wait for the next. It absolutely can be read as a standalone but I can tell there’s history with many of the characters that I really want.

I highly highly recommend this story!! It was simply amazing!!

Review by @debikircher

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