Reviews: THE PUZZLE KING by Betsy Carter

A couple WWII challenge participants recently reviewed Betsy Carter’s The Puzzle King.  Here are some of their thoughts; click the links to read the complete reviews.

Michele from A Reader’s Respite says:

They say that truth is stranger than fiction and although this is a novel, it is indeed rooted in fact. The lengths to which Simon and Flora went to rescue Jews from Hitler’s Germany make for a compelling read and a important history lesson. Add this book to your list of WWII reading material….you won’t be disappointed.

Nise’ from Under The Boardwalk says:

The story line moves and back and forth through the decades between 1892 and 1936 telling the story of Flora, Simon, Seema and their relatives still in Germany. This was a good page turning novel that I think could have been a great novel with a little more work.

**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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