The Web of Humanity by Maria Turchin – Review by Penelope Taylor

The Web of Humanity: A NovelThe Web of Humanity: A Novel by Maria Turchin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Web of Humanity is a well-researched novel looking at the generational impact of war. Through the eyes of a granddaughter and inspired by real events the author, Maria Turchin, has weaved an exceptional story bringing to life the human side of war. I felt at times like some of the writing was still in its infancy but overall, it was easy to read and kept me up all night to finish it. It is a book that will stay with me and the characters remain. I really enjoyed the links throughout the eBook giving the reader the opportunity to see the history and photographs that inspired the writer. It is a novel I recommend and would interest readers of The Nightingale and The French Photographer.

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