April 8, 2021
The Wartime Sisters by Lynda Cohen Loigman
Genre/Categories: Historical Fiction, WW11 America, Siblings, Complicated Family Drama, Jewish, Secrets
In 2020, I decided to systematically revisit my older review posts and update them. On Thursdays, I’ll be re-sharing a few of these great reads. Today, I’m re-sharing a review of Wartime Sisters by Lynda Cohen Loigman.
I’m linking up today with Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog for #throwbackthursday.
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“In the early days of WW11, two estranged sisters are reunited at the Springfield, Massachusetts Armory. Ruth is the older sister and an officer’s wife and the younger sister Millie is a single mom who, in desperation, seeks refuge in her sister’s home and takes a position in the Armory factories as a “soldier of production.” This living arrangement isn’t ideal, but the younger sister has no other family after the death of their parents and the disappearance of her abusive husband. The relationship between the sisters is tense and filled with resentment, jealousy, misunderstanding, competition, and secrets.”
Continue here for my full review of The Wartime Sisters ….
Have you read The Wartime Sisters or is it on your TBR?
So many WWII books!
So many stories to tell!
Was it mostly about the sisters or did you learn anything new about the era?
It was mostly a family drama although the setting of the armory was interesting.
I don’t think I’ve ever read a family drama book…? That sounds like a really interesting dynamic.
A Place For Us is one of my fav complicated family drama stories.
An armory setting would be interesting
The WW11 stories are endless!
They appear to be 😅
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