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The Second World War
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Aug 10, AM. I have found Tricia Goyer's books, and can't wait to read them as they look like something I will really enjoy! Does anyone have any suggestions of other WW2 historical fiction? Aug 10, PM. Sarah Sundin writes WW2 fiction. I read A Memory Between Us and really enjoyed it. I think that was book 2 of a series of 3.
I consider myself a ferocious reader. That includes non-fiction, biographies, and history. I thought it would be helpful to compile a list of recommended books on World War II of interest to Christian readers. In boyhood, Louis Zamperini was an incorrigible delinquent. As a teenager, he channeled his defiance into running, discovering a prodigious talent that had carried him to the Berlin Olympics. But when World War II began, the athlete became an airman, embarking on a journey that led to a doomed flight on a May afternoon in When his Army Air Forces bomber crashed into the Pacific Ocean, against all odds, Zamperini survived, adrift on a foundering life raft.
Mar 28, I am not a big war history person but I do enjoy reading books set during major world wars- specifically WWII. Something about how people.
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WWII YA Recommendations
Thank you for joining us as we remember this day. Eight of your favorite WWII novelists have banded together to share to highlight this day which still impacts the world. Europe was redefined. New lines were drawn. New alliances were forged. Lives were forever changed as a result of this war that would eventually effect the majority of the war.
Often times, historical fiction books capture the mood of an era just as deftly as their nonfiction counterparts—and the following novels are no exception. By turns disturbing and heroic, they represent some of the greatest works of World War II literature, offering a multicultural perspective of the deadliest conflict in human history. In one novel, a Chinese family watches an invasion upend their peaceful, rural life. In another, a young girl flees Nazi-occupied France—only to face other battles in her new Bengalese community. But whether these historical fiction novels tell stories of the frontlines or of those waiting at home, they make one thing very clear: the effects of war go beyond the battlefield.