Poland 1944. Not a good place to be for ordinary Poles, for Jews, for Roma for
anyone who did not fall in line. There were many ordinary people resisting the
enemy, and despite the man power, the fire power and sheer weight of the German
army, the Nazis had it hard in Poland.
In this setting Wanda has to face her father's murderer, shot in cold blood. She
vows she will kill him one day, but when that day comes she faces a quandary. One
that she hadn't bargained for. The story evolves through the ravages of war time
Poland - losses, brutality, murder, the fear that overwhelmed it all and the need
The story had a unusual twist in the tale, almost from the beginning which roughly
foretold the end. The change from enemies to lovers was another difficult feature
to accept but then it became an integral part of the story.
Very descriptive, even the harsh bits this was an excellent story.
Sent by Bookouture for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.