Flashlight Worthy WWII/Holocaust Books

Flashlight Worthy asked Anna and myself to provide them with a list of top WWII/Holocaust books for book club discussions, and so, naturally, we did.

If you’re interested to see which books we selected for the list from all the books we read in 2009 for the WWII Reading Challenge, please go here.

What books do you think should have been on the list — that we might have missed — and why?

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Also, here’s some additional information:

Open Call for Lists of Book Club Recommendations!

Hello from Flashlight Worthy Book Recommendations (where you can find books so good, they’ll keep you up past your bedtime).

It seems the book club community has recently discovered my lists of book club books. People say they love the lists and they’re clamoring for more. That’s where you come in.

While I’ve read plenty of books, I’m looking to avid readers such as you to contribute new lists — themed, annotated lists of highly discussable books.

Can you name and describe 5+ flashlight worthy, discussable books that follow a theme? Maybe ‘7 Great Books that Revolve Around Food’? Or ‘6 Women’s Memoirs That Will Start an Argument’. How About ‘5 Discussable Novels Set in Africa’?

Take a look at the book club books I have and give it some thought. 

If you’re interested, email me at info@flashlightworthy.com.

Thanks so much and happy reading!

Peter
(The guy who runs Flashlight Worthy)
Flashlight Worthy Book Recommendations
Recommending books so good, they’ll keep you up past your bedtime. 😉

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3 Comments

  1. Thanks for posting this Serena! And if there are other categories of WWII/Holocaust books, aside from book club picks, that you might be interested in, please let us know!

    –Anna

  2. You did a GREAT job with the list – really included a wide variety of books. Way to go!

  3. Thanks, Heather!

    –Anna


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