Uncommon Sacrifice (War Girls Book 6) by Marion Kummerow – Review by Jenni Bishop

Uncommon Sacrifice (War Girls Book 6)Uncommon Sacrifice by Marion Kummerow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Uncommon Sacrifice (War Girls Book 6) Marion Kummerow is an historical fiction story and a very interesting read. It broke my heart to see how people were treated during a time of war, WWII. The story is one of survival and will, sacrifice and determination, friendship and love. Each character went through their own personal hell to survive, in one way or another and would do anything to find their way back to the ones they love. Marion writes of dark times where war crimes were committed and atrocities are committed against humans. We just don’t know how lucky we are to live in a world that we do. It is one thought provoking and heart wrenching read but a story that is well written and well worth the read.

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