Review: THE NIGHT WATCH by Sarah Waters

The Night Watch by Sarah Waters is another book selected by a few of the WWII reading challenge participants.  Here are some excerpts; click the links to read their complete thoughts.

Sandy at You’ve Gotta Read This! said:

This is a highly character-driven novel. While there is action and chaos in the war happening around them, and the setting is highly atmospheric, the characters’ lives themselves are outlined in slow detailed conversations, fractured and damaged psyches, and internal struggles. It is a dark, troubling story with personalities that are so well-developed, personalities that are so real, you feel you know each and every one of them as you would a good friend.

Ecce Ruinae Sanae Mentis said:

Warning for semi-explicit sex.  Um.  The unusual timeline bothered me a bit . . .

**Attention participants:  Remember to email us a link to your reviews, and we’ll post them here so we can see what everyone is reading!**

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