8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
No longer lost,
This review is from: The Lost Wife (Paperback)
When I first started reading I felt that this would be a boring historical novel. What I loved about this novel was once I really got to the meat of the story, I was feeling the characters. I enjoyed how we learn of their lives after WWII. We have had so many books in the past few years that have dealt with the horrors that Hitler put on the Jewish people. What I liked about the novel was in the midst of that awful time, some good did happen. Amazing artist drew and recorded what was going on in the camps. These works were saved and these people took risk with their own lives to record this. The love story and the story of their new loves was sweet and touching. This is a very accurate account of history and a very sweet love story.