Review: THE DIPLOMAT’S WIFE by Pam Jenoff

diplomat's wifeJulie from Jules’ Book Reviews recently reviewed The Diplomat’s Wife by Pam Jenoff.  Here’s an excerpt:

What a stunning book! This had me sucked in from page one. With a powerful and emotional beginning, this book is sure not to disappoint. And there was far more to it then I expected. I excepted far more of a love story, and of course it’s there, but there is a lot of thrilling action and suspense in it. Not in the way you see in thriller books, but there’s an aspect to it in the book, that really keeps the readers attention. I couldn’t not put the book down, except when I was too exhausted to read more. And I just forced myself to save the last 130 pages until I slept, because I didn’t want to miss anything from the book. The writing style is fairly simple, but it’s a good enough style to ensure you don’t become bored. What matters the most is the emotional struggles the characters that are heart wrenching at times, shocking at other times. And watching the characters pull themselves together in the aftermaths of WWII. I really enjoyed the author’s portrayal of the emotional stresses the characters went through in the aftermath; I think she handled it extraordinarily well.

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