Book Reviews: WWII/Holocaust

These are links to reviews from all over the blogosphere.  Not all are participants in the challenge, but all participant reviews featured on War Through the Generations are linked here.

We are continually adding to this page, so if you’ve written a  review about a WWII or Holocaust book and would like it linked here, please email us at warthroughgenerations at gmail.com

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Accidental Captives: The Story of Seven Women Alone in Nazi Germany by Carolyn Gossage [reviewed by Canadian Bookworm]

Adam Resurrected by Yoram Kaniuk [reviewed by Poet-in-Residence]

Address Unknown by Kressman Taylor [reviewed by Anglers Rest]

Adventures of a Child of War by Lin Acacio-Flores [reviewed by The Reading Life]

After by Morris Gleitzman [reviewed by The Children’s War]

After Long Silence by Helen Fremont [reviewed by A Garden of Books, Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books]

After the Train by Gloria Whelan [reviewed by Estella’s Revenge, Under The Boardwalk]

Agent Zigzag: A True Story of Nazi Espionage, Love, and Betrayal by Ben Macintyre [reviewed by Boston Bibliophile, Scrappy Cat]

Alan’s War by Emmanuel Guibert [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Aleutian Sparrow by Karen Hesse [reviewed by BermudaOnion]

Alice at the Home Front by Mardiyah A. Tarantino [reviewed by The Children’s War]

All But My Life by Gerda Weissmann Klein [reviewed by Crazy for Books, Impressions In Ink, Magistra Mater, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

All Clear by Connie Willis [reviewed by a book blog of one’s own, At Home With Books, Becky’s Book Reviews, books i done readThe Children’s War, Cindy’s Book Club, Life…With Books, Medieval Bookworm, Rhapsody in Books, Worthwhile Books]

All Our Worldly Goods by Irene Nemirovsky [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, Impressions In Ink]

All That I Am by Anna Funder [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, 5 Minutes for Books, From L.A. to LA, The Little Reader Library, Luxury Reading, nomadreader, Peppermint Ph.D., Reflections of a Bookaholic, Savvy Verse & Wit, That’s What She Read, Tony’s Reading List, WildmooBooks]

All the Children Were Sent Away by Sheila Garrigue [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Almost Home by Pam Jenoff [reviewed by Devourer of Books, Diary of an Eccentric, Drey’s Library, Linus’s Blanket, Melissa’s BookshelfSavvy Verse & Wit, Silver’s Reviews, S. Krishna’s Books, Under The Boardwalk, Word Lily, Write Meg!]

Alone in Berlin by Hans Fallada [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary, The Happy Hermit, Man of la Book, Park Benches & Bookends, Reading books, Reading stories, Reading Life, Reading Matters, She Reads Novels]

Always Remember Me:  How One Family Survived World War II by Marisabina Russo [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Amandine by Marlena de Blasi [reviewed by Raging Bibliomania]

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay by Michael Chabon [reviewed by Lit and Life, MariReads]

The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips by Michael Morpurgo [reviewed by The Children’s War]

An American Family in World War II by Captain Ralph L. Minker, edited by Sandra O’Connell and Harry Butowsky [reviewed by Go Read a Damn Book]

Among the Mad by Jacqueline Winspear [reviewed by Page After Page]

And If I Perish: Frontline Army Nurses in World War II by Evenlyn M. Monahan and Rosemary Neidel-Greenlee [reviewed by Impressions In Ink]

Andi’s War by Billi Rosen [reviewed by Out of the Blue]

Angel Girl by Laurie B. Friedman, illustrated by Otra Amit [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Anne Frank:  Beyond the Diary by Ruud Van der Rol and Rian Verhoeven [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Anne Frank Case: Simon Wiesenthal’s Search for the Truth by Susan Goldman Rubin, illustrated by Bill Farnsworth [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Anne Frank:  Child of the Holocaust by Gene Brown [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Anne Frank:  Her Life in Words and Pictures by The Anne Frank House [reviewed by A Bookshelf Monstrosity, At Home With Books, Birdbrain(ed) Book Blog, The Children’s War, Under The Boardwalk]

Anne Frank:  Hidden Hope by Rita Thievon Mullin [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Anne Frank Remembered:  The Story of the Woman Who Helped to Hide the Frank Family by Miep Gies and Alison Leslie Gold [reviewed by Burton Book Review, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Peeking Between the Pages]

Anne Frank: The Anne Frank House Authorized Graphic Biography by Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colon [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Reflections of a Book Addict, Reading on a Rainy Day, Under The Boardwalk]

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank [reviewed by Ardent ReaderThe Children’s WarLove, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Savidge Reads]

Annexed by Sharon Doger [reviewed by Book SnobThe Children’s War, eclectic/eccentric, So Many Precious Books, So Little TimeUnder The Boardwalk]

The Apothecary’s House by Adrian Mathews [reviewed by Lynda’s Book Blog]

The Apple by Penelope J. Holt [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

The Apple Orchard by Susan Wiggs [reviewed by S. Krishna’s Books, Under My Apple Tree]

The Ark by Margot Benary-Isbert [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Armada Boy by Kate Ellis [reviewed by A Garden Carried in the Pocket]

The Artificial Silk Girl by Irmgard Keun [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary]

An Artist of the Floating World by Kazuo Ishiguro [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary, ArtSeblis Reads, 2606 Books and counting…]

The Art of War by Angela Panayotopulos [reviewed by The True Book Addict]

As Always, Jack: A World War Two Love Story by Emma Sweeney [reviewed by Amused by Books, The Book Garden, Diary of an Eccentric, Reading to Know, Reviews by Molly, Savvy Verse & Wit, write meg!, The Written World]

The Assault by Harry Mulisch [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat]

Assault in Norway:  Sabotaging the Nazi Nuclear Program by Thomas Gallagher [reviewed by Rhapsody in Books]

At Ease:  Navy Men of World War II by Evan Bachner [reviewed by Puss Reboots]

Atonement by Ian McEwan [reviewed by A Bookshelf Monstrocity, Advance Booking, Ardent Reader, Book Nut, Estella’s Revenge, ImageNations, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Mystica, Sam Still Reading]

At the Firefly Gate by Linda Newbery [reviewed by The Children’s War]

auf Wiedersehen: World War II Through the Eyes of a German Girl by Christa Holder Ocker [reviewed by Book Drunkard, CelticLady’s Reviews]

Auschwitz by Deborah Dwork and Robert Jan Van Pelt [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Auschwitz by Pascal Croci [reviewed by Beth Fish Reads, Ticket to Anywhere]

Auschwitz:  A Doctor’s Eyewitness Account by Dr. Miklos Nyiszli [reviewed by The Book Worm’s Library Man of la Book, Quirky Girls Read]

Auschwitz:  A History by Sybille Steinbacher [reviewed by A Garden of Books]

The Auschwitz Volunteer: Beyond Bravery by Captain Witold Pilecki [reviewed by WildmooBooks]

Austerlitz by W.G. Sebald [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary]

The Avengers: A Jewish War Story by Rich Cohen [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books]

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Back From Tobruk by Croswell Bowen, edited by Betsy Connor Bowen [reviewed by A Bookish Affair, Diary of an Eccentric]

Back Home by Michelle Magorian [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Back to Bataan by Jerome Charyn [reviewed by The Children’s War, The True Book Addict]

The Baker’s Daughter by Sarah McCoy [reviewed by Amused By Books, The Book Garden, Bookin’ With Sunny, Booking Mama, A Bookish Affair, BookNAround, Book Snob, Bookworm’s Dinner, Boston BibliophileThe Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, I’m Booking It, Jayne’s Books, Jenn’s Bookshelves, Life in Review, Life in the Thumb, Lit and Life, Literate HousewifeThe Lost Entwife, Luxury Reading, Ms. Wordopolis Reads, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, Peeking Between the Pages, Reading Lark, Rhapsody in Books, Savvy Verse & Wit, S. Krishna’s Books, The 3 R’s Blog, Unabridged Chick, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Baker Towers by Jennifer Haigh [reviewed by Bookworm with a ViewThe Crazy Life of a Bookaholic Mom, Reflections of a BookaholicUnabridged Chick]

Band of Brothers: E Company, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne From Normandy to Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest by Stephen E. Ambrose [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Magistra Mater]

Barbed Wire Baseball by Marissa Moss, illustrated by Yuko Shimizu [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Barefoot in Fire:  A World War II Childhood by Barbara-Ann Gamboa Lewis [reviewed by The Reading Life]

Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki and Dom Lee [reviewed by Maw Books Blog]

Beales Corner by Andy Frazier [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Bear Makers by Andrea Cheng [reviewed by The Children’s War, Tina Says…]

Beatrice and Virgil by Yann Martel [reviewed by She Treads Softly]

Beautiful Assassin by Michael White [reviewed by Jules’ Book Reviews, Musings of a Bookish Kitty]

Becoming Alice: A Memoir by Alice Rene [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Becoming Clementine by Jennifer Nevin [reviewed by Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell, The Children’s War]

A Bed in Heaven by Tessa de Loo [reviewed by A Striped Armchair]

Before the Last All Clear by Ray Evans [reviewed by Crazy for Books, Reading to Know]

Behind Enemy Lines: World War II, Sam Frederiksen, Nazi-Occupied Europe, 1944 by Carol Matas [reviewed by Back to Books]

Behind the Bedroom Wall by Laura E. Williams [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Beholding Bee by Kimberly Newton Fusco [reviewed by The Children’s War]

A Bell for Adano by John Hersey [reviewed by Rose City Reader]

Bending Toward the Sun:  A Mother and Daughter Memoir by Leslie Gilbert-Lurie with Rita Lurie [reviewed by The Book Inn, Cheryl’s Book Nook, Chocolate & Croissants, Diary of an Eccentric, Girls Just Reading, Lit and Life]

Benno and the Night of Broken Glass by Meg Wiviott, illustrated by Josee Bisaillon [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Berlin Boxing Club by Robert Sharenow [reviewed by Becky’s Book ReviewsThe Children’s War, Reading Lark, Tina Says…]

Berlin Diaries, 1940-1945 by Marie Vassiltchikov [reviewed by Impressions In Ink, Matt’s Book Blog, Page247]

Beside a Burning Sea by John Shors [reviewed by Age 30+ . . . A Lifetime of Books, The Book Nest, Books and Movies, Hey Lady! Whatcha Readin’?]

Betrayal in Burgundy by Howard Shaw [reviewed by A Garden Carried in the Pocket]

Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys [reviewed by At Home With Books, Becky’s Book Reviews, BermudaOnion, Bloggin’ ’bout Books, Book Addiction, Bookfoolery, Booking Mama, Book, Line, and SinkerThe Book Nest, Bookramblings.net, Books and Movies, Book Snob, Capricious Reader, The Children’s War, The Crazy Life of a Bookaholic Mom, Diary of an Eccentric, The Introverted Reader, Jo-Jo Loves to Read!!!, A Literary Odyssey, Miss Remmers’ Reviews, Mrs. Q: Book Addict, Peeking Between the Pages, The Perpetual Page-turner, Reading Thru the Night, ReadingWorld, Rhapsody in Books, Semicolon, Tina Says…, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Between Silk and Cyanide:  A Codemaker’s War, 1941-1945 by Leo Marks [reviewed by A Garden Carried in the Pocket]

Beyond Band of Brothers:  The War Memoirs of Major Dick Winters by Dick Winters [reviewed by Magistra Mater]

The Bielski Brothers: The True Story of Three Men Who Defied the Nazis, Saved 1,200 Jews, and Built a Village in the Forest by Peter Duffy [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Biggles Defies the Swastika by Capt. W.E. Johns [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Birmingham Blitz by Annie Murray [reviewed by Mystica]

Birmingham Friends by Annie Murray [reviewed by Mystica]

Blackout by Connie Willis [reviewed by a book blog of one’s own, At Home With Books, Becky’s Book Reviews, books i done readThe Children’s War, Cindy’s Book Club, Corrisande.co.cc, Life…With BooksThe Lost Entwife, Medieval Bookworm, Polishing Mud Balls, Puss Reboots, Rhapsody in Books, Worthwhile Books]

Black Radishes by Susan Lynn Meyer [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Black Rain by Masuji Ibuse [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, in lieu of a field guide, In Spring it is the Dawn, The Parrish Lantern, Reader in the Wilderness, The Reading Life, things mean a lot, A Work in Progress]

The Blessing by Nancy Mitford [reviewed by The Book Trunk]

Blitzcat by Robert Westall [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Blitzed by Robert Swindells [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Bloodlands by Timothy Snyder [reviewed by Book Scorpion’s Lair]

Blood of the Reich by William Deitrich [reviewed by Luxury Reading]

Bloody Good by Georgia Evans [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Cheryl’s Book NookSavvy Verse & Wit, The Tome Traveller’s Weblog, What Kate’s Reading]

The Bloody War, Mate by John Mantle [reviewed by BookNAround]

Blue by Joyce Moyer Hostetter [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Blue Nude by Elizabeth Rosner [reviewed by Bibliophile By the Sea, Musings of a Bookish Kitty]

Blue Skies Tomorrow by Sarah Sundin [reviewed by Burton Book Review, By the Book, Life in Review, Reviews by Molly, This That and the Other Thing]

The Blue Star by Tony Earley [reviewed by BookNAround]

Bluffing Mr. Churchill by John Lawton [reviewed by Bitter Tea and Mystery]

Bomber by Len Deighton [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat]

Bomber Boys:  Fighting Back, 1940-1945 by Patrick Bishop [reviewed by Doolittle’s]

Bombing Hitler: The Story of the Man Who Almost Assassinated the Fuhrer by Hellmut Haasis [reviewed by Man of la Book]

“Bones” by Fumiko Hayashi, from The Catch and Other War Stories edited by Shoichi Saeki [reviewed by The Reading Life]

Bones of Betrayal by Jefferson Bass [reviewed by Books ‘N Border Collies]

Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy by Eric Metaxas [reviewed by 5 Minutes for Books, Blue-Hearted Bookworm, Reading to Know]

The Book of Lies by Mary Horlock [reviewed by Bibliophile By the Sea, Book Addiction, Book Magic, Crazy for Books, Diary of an Eccentric, Fat Books and Thin Women, I’m Booking It, Jenn’s Bookshelves, Life in Review, Life in the Thumb, Medieval Bookworm, Peeking Between the Pages, Pretty Books, Reviews by Lola, Rundpinne, Savvy Verse & Wit, Serendipity Reviews, Stephanie’s Written Word, StephTheBookworm, Tales and Treats, That’s What She Read]

Books for Children of the World: The Story of Jella Lepman by Sydelle Pearl, illustrated by Danlyn Iantorno [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Becky’s Book Reviews, Bloggin’ ’bout Books, The Blog of Litwits, Book Addiction, A Book A Week, A Book Blog. Period., Book Clutter, The Book Lady’s Blog, Books and Movies, Care’s Online Book Club, Carey Family Website, The Children’s War, Crazy for Books, The Cue Card, Diary of an Eccentric, DogEar Diary, eclectic/eccentric, ImageNations, In the Shadow of Mt. TBR, Irene’s Desk, Jules’ Book Reviews, Kay’s Bookshelf, Knitting and Sundries, Life, In A Nutshell, Life…With Books, Lit and Life, A Literary Odyssey, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Man of la Book, Medieval Bookworm, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, Never Not Reading, Out of the Blue, Peppermint Ph.D., Polishing Mud Balls, Puss RebootsA Reader’s Respite, Reading and Ruminations, Reflections of a Bookaholic, Reviews by Lola, Rhinoa’s Ramblings, Scrappy Cat, Shelf Love, SmallWorld Reads, Stories from Stepford, Suko’s Notebook, The Reading Life, thenerdreports, Ticket to AnywhereThe True Book Addict, Under The Boardwalk, Word Lily, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

A Boy, a Ship, and a War by Claud Aldrich [reviewed by World War II in Books and Film]

A Boy at War: A Novel of Pearl Harbor by Harry Mazer [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne [reviewed by A Book Blog. Period., BermudaOnion, Bibliophile By the Sea, Bloggin’ ’bout Books, Book Addiction, Book Chatter, Book Journey, Booknerds are pretty tooThe Book Nest, Books and other Stuff, Books on the Brain, Carey Family Website, eclectic/eccentricThe Eclectic Reader, In the Shadow of Mt. TBR, It’s All About Books, Jo-Jo loves to read!!!, Kay’s Bookshelf, Kittling: Books, Lost in Books, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Medieval Bookworm, Melody’s Reading Corner, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, My Love Affair With Books, Not Enough Books, Notes From the Officer’s Club, Out of the Blue, Pinuccia’s World of BooksA Reader’s Respite, Reading Thru the Night, SmallWorld Reads, Subliminal Intervention, That’s What She Read, Whimpulsive, Wordly Obsessions, worducopia]

The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold in the 1936 Berlin Olympics by Daniel James Brown [reviewed by Dolce Bellezza]

The Boy Who Dared: A Novel Based on the True Story of a Hitler Youth by Susan Campbell Bartoletti [reviewed by Library Queue, Under The Boardwalk]

The Boy Who Loved Anne Frank: A Novel of Remembering and Forgetting by Ellen Feldman [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Bloggin’ ’bout Books]

Breaking the Code:  A Father’s Secret, a Daughter’s Journey, and the Question That Changed Everything by Karen Fisher-Alaniz [reviewed by At Home With Books, Life in the Thumb, Man of la Book]

Briar Rose by Jane Yolen [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Book Clutter, Carol’s Notebook, Fyrefly’s Book Blog, Medieval Bookworm, Necromancy Never Pays, SmallWorld Reads]

Bridge of Scarlet Leaves by Kristina McMorris [reviewed by Books and Movies, Books and Needlepoint, A Bookworm’s World, Crazy for Books, Historical Tapestry, Life in the Thumb, Rhapsody in Books, 2 Kids and Tired Books, Unabridged Chick, Write Meg!]

Bridge Over the River Kwai by Pierre Boulle [reviewed by Books ‘N Border Collies]

A Bridge Too Far by Cornelius Ryan [reviewed by Doolittle’s]

A Brief History of Montmaray by Michelle Cooper [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Broken Birds: The Story of My Momila by Jeannette Katzir [reviewed by Book AddictionThe Book Nest, The Bookworm, Diary of an EccentricA Library of My Own, Luxury Reading, MetroreaderA Reader’s Journal, Suko’s Notebook]

The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons [reviewed by My Friend Amy, Under The Boardwalk]

Brundibar by Maurice Sendak and Tony Kushner [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Buddha in the Attic by Julie Otsuka [reviewed by Jayne’s Books, Silly Little Mischief, Whimpulsive]

Burnt Shadows by Kamila Shamsie [reviewed by As Usual, I Need More Bookshelves, BermudaOnion, Bibliophile by the Sea, Booking Mama, BookNAroundLuxury Reading, Medieval Bookworm, My Friend Amy]

The Butterfly by Patricia Polacco [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

By the Hanukkah Light by Sheldon Oberman and Neil Waldman [reviewed by The Children’s War]

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Caleb’s Wars by David L. Dudley [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Camomile Lawn by Mary Wesley [reviewed by Mystica]

Camp Nine by Vivienne Schiffer [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, BookNAround, Diary of an Eccentric, Fizzy Thoughts, Lit and LifeThe Lost Entwife, Melody & Words, Savvy Verse & Wit, Wordsmithonia, Write Meg!]

Canteen Girl by Kitty Carter [The Children’s War]

Captain America: The First Avenger — Movie Storybook adapted by Elizabeth Rudnick [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Captain’s Command by Anna Myers [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin by Louis de Bernières [reviewed by The Book Worm’s Library, Boston Bibliophile, things mean a lot]

Carrie’s War by Nina Bawden [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Cascade by Maryanne O’Hara [reviewed by Savvy Verse & Wit]

Catalyst by Paul Byers [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Catch the Gold Ring by John Stephen Strange [reviewed by Man of la Book]

Catch-22 by Joseph Heller [reviewed by Kay’s Bookshelf, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Under The Boardwalk]

The Cats in Krasinski Square by Karen Hesse, illustrated by Wendy Watson [reviewed by The Children’s War, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Cat With the Yellow Star: Coming of Age in Terezin by Susan Goldman Rubin with Ela Weissberger [reviewed by The Children’s War, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Cay by Theodore Taylor [reviewed by The Children’s War, Tina Says…]

The Chalet School Goes to It by Elinor M. Brent-Dyer [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Chalet School in Exile by Elinor Brent-Dyer [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Champion of Children: The Story of Janusz Korczak by Tomek Borgacki [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Charlotte Gray by Sebastian Faulkes [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary]

Chasing Mona Lisa by Tricia Goyer and Mike Yorkey [reviewed by Library of Clean Reads, Life in Review]

Cherry Ames: Army Nurse by Helen Wells [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Cherry Ames: Veterans’ Nurse by Helen Wells [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Chess by Stefan Zweig [reviewed by 2606 Books and counting…]

A Child al Confino: The True Story of a Jewish Boy and His Mother in Mussolini’s Italy by Eric Lamet [reviewed by World War II in Books and Film]

Children and Fire by Ursula Hegi [reviewed by The Betty and Boo Chronicles, Fizzy Thoughts]

Children in the Holocaust and World War II:  Their Secret Diaries by Laurel Holliday [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Children of the Arbat by Anatoly Rybakov [reviewed by Books are my Boyfriends]

Children of the Flames: Dr. Josef Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins of Auschwitz by Lucette Matalon Lagnado and Sheila Cohn Dekel [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, She Treads Softly

The Children’s War by Monique Charlesworth [reviewed by A Book A Week, She Treads Softly, Worthwhile Books]

The Children’s War by Ruth Inglis [reviewed by World War II in Books and Film]

The Children We Remember by Chana Byers Abells [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Children With a Star:  Jewish Youth in Nazi Europe by Deborah Dwork [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Chinese Cinderella and the Secret Dragon Society by Adeline Yen Mah [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Chocolate Cake With Hitler by Emma Craigie [reviewed by Rebecca’s Book Blog]

The Christmas Glass by Marci Alborghetti [reviewed by My Friend Amy, Wendi’s Book Corner]

Christmas Sonata by Gary Paulson, illustrated by Leslie Bowman [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Churchill by Paul Johnson [reviewed by Tutu’s Two Cents]

Churchill, Hitler and the Unnecessary War by Patrick J. Buchanan [reviewed by Magistra Mater]

Churchill: The Prophetic Statesman by James C. Humes [reviewed by Bookfan]

The Cigarette Sellers of Three Crosses Square by Joseph Ziemian [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Circles of Time by Phillip Rock [reviewed by Austenprose, Diary of an Eccentric, The House of the Seven Tails, Jenn’s Bookshelves, Unabridged Chick]

Citadel by Kate Mosse [reviewed by Canadian Bookworm]

Citizen 13660 by Mine Okubo [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Citizen Soldiers:  The U.S. Army From the Normandy Beaches to the Bulge to the Surrender of Germany by Stephen E. Ambrose [reviewed by Man of la Book]

City of Thieves by David Benioff [reviewed by A Book A Week, A Book Blog. Period., Book girl of Mur-y-Castell, BookLust, Boston Bibliophile, Diary of an Eccentric, Everyday I Write the Book, Jules’ Book Reviews, Life in the Thumb, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Necromancy Never PaysA Reading Collection, Reading in Taiwan, Regular Rumination, Rhapsody in Books, Savvy Verse & Wit, SmallWorld Reads]

City of Women by David R. Gillham [reviewed by Beth Fish Reads, Booking Mama, Canadian Bookworm, Devourer of Books, Jenn’s Bookshelves, Joyfully Retired, Lit and Life, The Lost Entwife, Readin’ and Dreamin’, S. Krishna’s Books, Silver’s Reviews, Take Me Away, That’s What She Read, Under My Apple Tree, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Clara’s War:  One Girl’s Story of Survival by Clara Kramer [reviewed by Back to Books, Becky’s Book ReviewsA Garden of Books, Luxury Reading, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Climbing the Stairs by Padma Venkatraman [reviewed by The Children’s War, Maw Books Blog, SmallWorld Reads, Under The Boardwalk]

The Clippie Girls by Margaret Dickinson [reviewed by Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell]

The Cloud Atlas by Liam Callanan [reviewed by Scrappy Cat]

Clouds Over Mountains by Matt Joseph [reviewed by Book Chase, Cheryl’s Book Nook]

The Clover House by Henriette Lazaridis Power [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Bookfoolery, Diary of an Eccentric]

Code Name High Pockets by Edna Bautista Binkowski [reviewed by ArtSeblis Reads]

Code Name Nimrod by James Leasor [reviewed by Worthwhile Books]

Code Name Pauline: Memoirs of a World War II Special Agent by Pearl Witherington Cornioley, edited by Kathryn J. Atwood [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, Bloggin’ ’bout Books, Book Nut, Book Addiction, Books and Movies, books i done read, Burton Book Review, Canadian Bookworm, Capricious Reader, The Children’s War, Christina reads!, Diary of an Eccentric, Hope Is the Word, It’s All About Books, Janicu’s Book Blog, Library Queue, My Head Is Full of Books, No Page Left Behind, Notes From the Officer’s Club, Presenting Lenore, Reading With Tea, ReadingWorld, Rhapsody in Books, Semicolon, Shelf Love, Shooting Stars Mag, Silly Little Mischief, things mean a lot, Tiny Library, vvb32 reads, The Written World, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Collision of Evil by John LeBeau [reviewed by Book Journey]

The Coming of the Third Reich by Richard J. Evans [reviewed by Bitter Tea and Mystery]

Coming on Home Soon by Jacqueline Woodson, illustrated by E.B. Lewis [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Complete Maus by Art Spiegelman [reviewed by Bookmarked!, eclectic/eccentric, Fyrefly’s Book Blog, A Literary Odyssey, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Medieval Bookworm, Reflections of a Book Addict, Tiny Library]

The Conductor by Sarah Quigley [reviewed by She Reads Novels]

Consequences by Penelope Lively [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Mystica]

Courage Has No Color: The True Story of the Triple Nickels, America’s First Black Paratroopers by Tanya Lee Stone [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Coventry by Helen Humphreys [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, Books and Movies, Diary of an Eccentric, Fresh Ink Books, Life and Times of a “New” New Yorker, Literate Housewife, Medieval BookwormA Novel Menagerie, Peeking Between the Pages, Sam Still Reading, Scrappy Cat, Tony’s Reading List, A Work in Progress]

Crabwalk by Gunter Grass [reviewed by a book blog of one’s own]

The Crazy Iris and Other Stories of the Atomic Aftermath edited by Kenzaburo Oe [reviewed by The Reading Life (“Crazy Iris”), The Reading Life (“Summer Flower”), The Reading Life (“The Empty Can”), The Reading Life (“The Colorless Paintings”)]

Crossing the Borders of Time:  A True Story of War, Exile, and a Love Reclaimed by Leslie Maitland [reviewed by Notes From the Officer’s Club]

The Cross of Iron by Willi Heinrich [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

Crystal City Lights by Holly Moulder [reviewed by The Children’s War]

A Cup of Tears: A Diary of the Warsaw Ghetto by Abraham Lewin [reviewed by A Garden of Books]

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Daddy’s Little Spy by Isabella Rose [reviewed by Bookworm’s Dinner]

Dancing With Eva by Alan Judd [reviewed by Stories from Stepford]

Dancing With the Enemy: My Family’s Holocaust Secret by Paul Glaser [reviewed by Tina Says…]

Darcy Goes to War by Mary Lydon Simonsen [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Jane Austen Prequels and Sequels]

Dark Hours by Gudrun Pausewang [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Darkness Falls From the Air by Nigel Balchin [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, A Work in Progress]

The Darkroom of Damocles by W.F. Hermans [reviewed by Asylum]

Dark Star by Alan Furst [reviewed by Doolittle’s, Life and Times of a “New” New Yorker]

Dark Voyage by Alan Furst [reviewed by Doolittle’s]

Dave Dawson at Dunkirk by R. Sidney Bowen [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Davita’s Harp by Chaim Potok [reviewed by The Book Nest, Library Queue]

Dawn by Elie Wiesel [reviewed by Books ‘N Border Collies]

Day by Elie Wiesel [reviewed by Books ‘N Border Collies]

Day After Night by Anita Diamant [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Bibliophile By the Sea, Jules’ Book ReviewsScrappy Cat, SmallWorld Reads, This That and the Other Thing]

Days of Grace by Catherine Hall [reviewed by Bookworm’s Dinner]

The Day the Flowers Died by Ami Blackwelder [reviewed by The Lost Entwife]

D-Day:  The Battle for Normandy by Antony Beevor [reviewed by Park Benches & Bookends]

D-Day:  June 6, 1944:  The Climactic Battle of World War II by Stephen E. Ambrose [reviewed by Magistra Mater]

A Deadly Paradise by Grace Brophy [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Musings of a Bookish Kitty]

Deal With the Devil (Part 1) by J. Gunnar Grey [reviewed by A Bookish Affair]

Deal With the Devil (Part 2) by J. Gunnar Grey [reviewed by A Bookish Affair]

Dear America:  The Fences Between Us:  The Diary of Piper Davis by Kirby Larson [reviewed by My Friend Amy]

Death in the City of Light:  The Serial Killer of Nazi-Occupied Paris by David King [reviewed by Luxury Reading]

Defending the Enemy: Justice for the WWII Japanese War Criminals by Elaine B. Fischel [reviewed by Book Dilettante, Diary of an Eccentric, Luxury Reading]

Defiance by Carla Jablonski and Leland Purvis [reviewed by Back to Books, The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric]

Defiance:  The Bielski Partisans by Nechama Tec [reviewed by A Garden of Books, Doolittle’s]

The Demi-Monde: Winter by Rod Rees [reviewed by Toothy Books]

The Devil’s Arithmetic by Jane Yolen [reviewed by Books From Bleh to Basically Amazing, Carey Family WebsiteThe Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, Fyrefly’s Book Blog, Not Enough Books, Puss Reboots]

The Diary of Anne Frank: Play and Related Readings by Frances Goodrich [reviewed by Library Queue]

The Diary of Piper Davis: The Fences Between Us by Kirby Larson [reviewed by Bloggin’ ’bout Books]

Dieppe:  Canada’s Darkest Day of World War II by Hugh Brewster [reviewed by SMS Book Reviews]

A Different Sky by Meira Chand [reviewed by Unabridged Chick]

Dimanche and Other Stories by Irene Nemirovsky [reviewed by Bibliophile By the Sea]

Dinner With Churchill: Policy-Making at the Dinner Table by Cita Stelzer [reviewed by chaotic compendiums, Tutu’s Two Cents]

The Diplomat’s Wife by Pam Jenoff [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Bloggin’ ’bout Books, Drey’s Library, Impressions In Ink, Jules’ Book Reviews, Reflections of a Bookaholic]

The Discovery by Dan Walsh [reviewed by Library of Clean Reads]

Displaced Persons by Ghita Schwarz [reviewed by Diary of an EccentricThe House of the Seven Tails, Life in Review, Life in the Thumb, Man of la Book, nomadreader, Raging Bibliomania, Rundpinne, That’s What She Read]

A Distant Melody by Sarah Sundin [reviewed by Book JourneyA Book Loverthe Life (and Lies) of an Inanimate Flying Object, Life in Review]

The Divide by William Overgard [reviewed by Mental Sprawl]

Dr. Seuss Goes to War:  The World War II Editorial Cartoons of Theodor Seuss Geisel by Richard H. Minear and Dr. Seuss [reviewed by Magistra Mater]

The Dog in the Wood by Monika Schroder [reviewed by The Children’s War, Tina Says…]

Doing Battle:  The Making of a Skeptic by Paul Fussell [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

The Dolphin Crossing by Jill Paton Walsh [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Dolphin People by Torsten Krol [reviewed by At Home With Books]

Don’t Know Where, Don’t Know When by Annette Laing [reviewed by A Book Blog. Period., The Children’s War]

Don’t Say a Word by Barbara Gehrts [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Don’t You Know There’s a War On? by Avi [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Doreen by Barbara Noble [reviewed by Fleur in Her World, Page After Page, things mean a lot]

Double Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies by Ben MacIntyre [reviewed by Boston Bibliophile]

The Double V Campaign: African Americans and World War II by Michael L. Cooper [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Double Victory: How African American Women Broke Race and Gender Barriers to Help Win World War II by Cheryl Mullenbach [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Dragonfly Pool by Eva Ibbotson [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Dressmaker by Beryl Bainbridge [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat]

Duke by Kirby Larson [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews]

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Eastern Approaches by Fitzroy MacLean [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary, Matt’s Book Blog]

Eddie’s War by Carol Fisher Saller [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Edith’s War by Andrew Smith [reviewed by She Treads Softly]

Eichmann in Jerusalem:  A Report on the Banality of Evil by Hannah Arendt [reviewed by The Book Worm’s Library]

Elegy for Eddie by Jacqueline Winspear [reviewed by Book Dilettante]

An Elephant in the Garden by Michael Morpurgo [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Elephant Run by Roland Smith [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, The Children’s War]

Eli Remembers by Ruth Vander Zee and Marian Sneider, illustrated by Bill Farnsworth [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Elly:  My True Story of the Holocaust by Elly Berkovits Gross [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources, A Patchwork of Books]

Embracing Defeat: Japan in the Wake of World War II by John Dower [reviewed by The Reading Life]

The Emigrants by W.G. Sebald [reviewed by Living in English]

Emil and Karl by Yankev Glatshteyn [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews]

An Empty Death by Laura Wilson [reviewed by Bitter Tea and Mystery]

The Endless Steppe: Growing Up in Siberia by Esther Hautzig [reviewed by The Children’s War, SmallWorld Reads]

The End of the Affair by Graham Greene [reviewed by Lit and Life, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

The End of the Point by Elizabeth Graver [reviewed by Caribousmom, Diary of an Eccentric]

The End: The Defiance and Destruction of Hitler’s Germany, 1944-1945 by Ian Kershaw [reviewed by Book Scorpion’s Lair]

The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje [reviewed by BermudaOnion, Beth Fish Reads, Booking Mama, The Book Worm’s Library, Hey Lady! Whatcha Readin’?, ImageNations, Impressions In inkLit and Life, My Friend Amy, Scrappy Cat, S. Krishna’s Books, 2606 Books and counting]

Enterprise: America’s Fightingest Ship and the Men Who Helped Win World War II by Barrett Tillman [reviewed by Booking Mama]

The Entertainer and the Dybbuk by Sid Fleischman [reviewed by The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, The Girl @ Diary of an Eccentric]

Erika’s Story by Ruth Vander Zee and Roberto Innocenti [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Escape (Henderson Boys series) by Robert Muchamore [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Escape From the Deep:  The Epic Story of a Legendary Submarine and Her Courageous Crew by Alex Kershaw [reviewed by You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Escaping Into the Night by D. Dina Friedman [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Essie:  The True Story of a Teenage Fighter in the Bielski Partisans by Essie Shor and Andrea Zakin [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Eva’s Cousin by Sibylle Knauss [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada [reviewed by Ardent Reader (part one), Ardent Reader (part two), Bookworm Baby, The Book Worm’s Library, Diary of an Eccentric, Savvy Verse & Wit, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Everything Is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer [reviewed by Books and other Stuff, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, Shelf Love]

The Exeter Blitz by David Rees [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Exiles From the War: The War Guests Diary of Charlotte Mary Twiss, Guelph, Ontario, 1940 by Jean Little [reviewed by Back to Books]

Eyes of the Emperor by Graham Salisbury [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Eye of the Needle by Ken Follett [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary]

Eyewitness Auschwitz:  Three Years in the Gas Chambers by Filip Muller [reviewed by Book Reviews By Bobbie]

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The Family Affair by Leon H. Gildin [reviewed by The Bookworm, Man of la Book]

A Family Secret by Eric Heuvel [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

A Faraway Island by Annika Thor [reviewed by Tina Says…]

Farewell, Shanghai by Angel Wagenstein [reviewed by a book blog of one’s own]

Farewell to Manzanar:  A True Story of Japanese American Experience During and After the World War II Internment by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston and James D. Houston [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Shelf Love]

Far From My Home Never to Return: A Polish Child’s WWII Memoir by Nadia Seluga [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Farolitos of Christmas: A New Mexico Christmas Story by Rudolfo A. Anaya, illustrated by Edward Gonzales [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Far Side of the Sky by Daniel Kalla [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, Book Dilettante, Booking Mama, Devourer of Books, Diary of an Eccentric, Pudgy Penguin Perusals]

Farthing by Jo Walton [reviewed by BookLust, Mystica, Shelf Love, things mean a lot]

Far to Go by Alison Pick [reviewed by The Book Trunk, Diary of an Eccentric, Fleur in Her WorldThe House of the Seven Tails, Library of Clean Reads, Medieval Bookworm, Monniblog, Mystica, nomadreader, She Reads Novels]

Fatherland by Robert Harris [reviewed by BooksPlease, Stories from Stepford]

Fault Lines by Nancy Huston [reviewed by Amused By Books]

Fear Itself by Andrew Rosenheim [reviewed by Booking Mama]

Field Grey by Philip Kerr [reviewed by 2606 Books and counting]

A Fierce Radiance by Lauren Belfer [reviewed by Booking Mama, Laura’s Reviews, Tina Says…, Unabridged Chick]

The Final Journey by Gudrun Pausewang [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Finding Zasha by Randi Barrow [reviewed by The Children’s War]

A Fine of 200 Francs by Elsa Triolet [reviewed by In Laurie’s Mind]

Fire in the Hills by Donna Jo Napoli [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Fires of London by Janice Law [reviewed by Unabridged Chick]

Fires on the Plain by Shohei Ooka [reviewed by Living In English, The Reading Life]

The FitzOsbornes at War by Michelle Cooper [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Five Chimneys:  A Woman Survivor’s True Story of Auschwitz by Olga Lengyel [reviewed by Book Reviews By Bobbie, The Book Worm’s Library]

Five Quarters of the Orange by Joanne Harris [reviewed by Carey Family Website]

Flags Over the Warsaw Ghetto: The Untold Story of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by Moshe Arens [reviewed by Man of la Book]

Flame of Resistance by Tracy Groot [reviewed by Library of Clean Reads]

Flames in the Field: The Story of Four S.O.E. Agents in Occupied France by Rita Kramer [reviewed by Impressions In Ink]

Flight From Berlin by David John [reviewed by Book Babe, Diary of an Eccentric, The House of the Seven Tails, Joyfully Retired, nomadreader, Savvy Verse & Wit, Unabridged Chick]

Flight From the Reich:  Refugee Jews, 1933-1946 by Deborah Dwork and Robert Jan Van Pelt [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

The Flowers of War by Geling Yan [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, Diary of an Eccentric, A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, A Work in Progress]

Flygirl by Sherri L. Smith [reviewed by Becky’s Book ReviewsBook Nut, books i done read, The Children’s War, A Patchwork of Books, Presenting Lenore, Pop Culture Junkie, Rhapsody in Books, Semicolon, worducopia, Writing Wrongs]

Forbidden Places by Penny Vincenzi [reviewed by Mommy’s Reading]

For Freedom:  The Story of a French Spy by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley [reviewed by Tina Says…]

Forging Freedom:  A True Story of Heroism During the Holocaust by Hudson Talbott [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

For the Duration by Tomie DePaola [reviewed by The Children’s War]

A Fortunate Child by Elizabeth Wix [reviewed by BookNAround]

48 Hours of Kristallnacht:  Night of Destruction/Dawn of the Holocaust by Mitchell G. Bard, PhD [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Four Perfect Pebbles:  A Holocaust Story by Lila Perl and Marion Blumenthal Lazan [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Franklin and Winston:  An Intimate Portrait of an Epic Friendship by Jon Meacham [reviewed by Reading to Know]

Franklin and Winston:  A Christmas That Changed the World by Douglas Wood, illustrated by Barry Moser [reviewed by The Children’s War, Reading to Know]

Freddy’s War by Judy Schultz [reviewed by Canadian Bookworm]

French Letters:  Engaged in War by Jack Woodville London [reviewed by Debbie’s Book Bag]

A Friend Called Anne: One Girl’s Story of War, Peace, and a Unique Friendship With Anne Frank by Jacqueline van Maarsen, retold for children by Carol Ann Lee [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

From Here to Eternity by James Jones [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

From the Land of the Moon by Milena Agus [reviewed by Boston Bibliophile, Savvy Verse & Wit]

Frozen in Time: An Epic Story of Survival and a Modern Quest for Lost Heroes of World War II by Mitchell Zuckoff [reviewed by Booking Mama, BookNAround, Books and Movies, A Bookworm’s World, Devourer of Books, Library of Clean Reads, Reading to Know, Sophisticated Dorkiness, Under My Apple Tree, Wordsmithonia]

Fugitive Pieces by Anne Michaels [reviewed by Katrina’s Reads, Medieval Bookworm]

A Future Arrived by Phillip Rock [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, The House of the Seven Tails, Jenn’s Bookshelves, Unabridged Chick]

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The Garden of Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng [reviewed by Caribousmom, Farm Lane Books, 5 Minutes for Books, The House of the Seven Tails, Jules’ Book Reviews, Olduvai Reads, Page247, Savvy Verse & Wit, Unabridged Chick]

Garden of Stones by Sophie Littlefield [reviewed by Book Addiction, 5 Minutes for Books, Savvy Verse & Wit]

The Garden of the Finzi-Continis by Giorgio Bassani [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary]

The Gathering Storm by Winston Churchill [reviewed by Magistra Mater]

Gentlehands by M.E. Kerr [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The German Boy by Patricia Wastvedt [reviewed by Fleur in Her World]

German Boy:  A Child in War by Wolfgang W.E. Samuel [reviewed by Impressions In Ink, Magistra Mater]

Germania by Brendan McNally [reviewed by Not Enough Books]

The German Mujahid by Boualem Sansal [reviewed by Luxury Reading, Ready When You Are, C.B.]

The German Woman by Paul Griner [reviewed by A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, Bookworm’s Dinner, SmallWorld Reads, The Written World]

Gertruda’s Oath:  A Child, a Promise, and a Heroic Escape During World War II by Ram Oren [reviewed by My Life In Not So Many Words]

Ghosts in the Fog:  The Untold Story of Alaska’s WWII Invasion by Samantha Seiple [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Gilgamesh by Joan London [reviewed by Books and other Stuff]

Gingersnap by Patricia Reilly Giff [reviewed by The Children’s War]

A Girl in Winter by Philip Larkin [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary]

The Girl is Trouble by Kathryn Miller Haines [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II by Denise Kiernan [reviewed by BermudaOnion, Rhapsody in Books, Sophisticated Dorkiness, Tina Says…]

The Girls of Room 28: Friendship, Hope, and Survival in Theresienstadt by Hannelore Brenner [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Girls They Left Behind by Bernice Thurman Hunter [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Girl With the White Flag: A Spellbinding Account of Love and Courage in Wartime Okinawa by Tomiko Higa [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews]

The Girl Who Fell From the Sky by Simon Mawer [reviewed by Farm Lane Books]

The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo Moyes [reviewed by Page Plucker]

The Glass Room by Simon Mawer [reviewed by BermudaOnionA Book A Week, Book ChatterA Book Sanctuary, Books and Other Stuff, Caribousmom, chaotic compendiums, Cheryl’s Book NookThe Indextrious Reader, Katrina’s Reads, Literate Housewife, Luxury Reading, Medieval Bookworm, S. Krishna’s Books]

The Gods of Heavenly Punishment by Jennifer Cody Epstein [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Amused By Books, Bippity Boppity Book, Book Dilettante, A Bookish Affair, Diary of an Eccentric, A Girl Walks Into a Bookstore, A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, Jayne’s Books, Lit and Life, Peeking Between the Pages, Savvy Verse & Wit, So Many Precious Books, So Little Time, Tiny Library]

Going Solo by Roald Dahl [reviewed by Birdbrain(ed) Book BlogThe Children’s War, Matt’s Book Blog]

The Golden Hour by Margaret Wurtele [reviewed by Book Babe, Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell, Diary of an Eccentric, Historical-Fiction.com, Luxury Reading, Melody’s Reading Corner, Pudgy Penguin Perusals]

Goodbye Marianne by Irene Kirstein Watts [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Good Evening Mrs. Craven: The Wartime Stories of Mollie Panter-Downes by Mollie Panter-Downes [reviewed by A Book A Week, BookfooleryThe Book Trunk, Boston Bibliophile, Chrisbookarama, Iris on Books, Mystica, Sam Still Reading, Serendipity, things mean a lot]

The Good Liar by Gregory Maguire [reviewed by The Children’s War, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Goodnight, Mister Tom by Michelle Magorian [reviewed by The Children’s War, things mean a lot]

The Good Old Days: The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders edited by Ernst Klee, Willi Dressen, and Volker Riess [reviewed by Book Scorpion’s Lair]

Gracianna by Trini Amador [reviewed by A Bookish Affair, Diary of an EccentricImpressions In Ink, Jenny Loves to Read, Savvy Verse & Wit, So Many Precious Books, So Little Time, The True Book Addict]

The Grand Mosque of Paris: A Story of How Muslims Rescued Jews During the Holocaust by Karen Gray Ruelle and Deborah Durland DeSaix [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Gravedigger’s Daughter by Joyce Carol Oates [reviewed by Fresh Ink Books]

Greater Than Angels by Carol Matas [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Greatest Skating Race by Louise Borden, illustrated by Niki Daly [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Great Starvation Experiment by Todd Tucker [reviewed by Shelf Love]

The Great World by David Malouf [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

Greenhorn by Anna Olswanger, illustrated by Miriam Nerlove [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Gremlins: A Royal Air Force Story by Flight Lieutenant Roald Dahl [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Grey Souls by Philippe Claudel [reviewed by Beauty Is a Sleeping Cat, A Work in Progress]

Guernica by Dave Boling [reviewed by Books and Movies, Dreadlock Girl, Fresh Ink Books, Jo-Jo loves to read!!!, Page247A Reader’s Respite, What Kate’s Reading, worducopia]

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows [reviewed by Age 30+ … A Lifetime of Books, Amused By Books, As Usual, I Need More Bookshelves, Austenprose, Back to Books, Becky’s Book ReviewsBibliolatry, The Blog of Litwits, The Bluestocking Guide, Book AddictionA Book A Week, Book ChatterThe Book ChickBook Club Classics, Book Clutter, Book girl of Mur-y-CastellThe Book Nest, Bookopolis, Books in the City, Books on the Brain, Books & other thoughts, The Book Worm’s Library, Care’s Online Book Club, Carey Family Website, Carole’s Chatter, chaotic compendiums, Chèli’s Shelves, Cozy in Texas, Diary of an Eccentric, eclectic/eccentricThe Eclectic Reader, Estella’s Revenge, Fresh Ink Books, Fyrefly’s Book Blog, Girl Detective, Gofita’s Pages, Hannah Stoneham’s Book Blog, Impressions In Ink, It’s All About Books, It’s All About Me (Time), Jo-Jo Loves to Read!!!, Joyfully Retired, Jules’ Book Reviews, Katrina’s Reads, Kittling: Books, KyusiReader, La Chat Noir’s Ramblings, Life and Times of a “New” New Yorker, Life…With Books, Literate Housewife, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Maw Books Blog, Monniblog, Never Not Reading, Never Not Reading (audio version), nomadreader, Not Enough Books, Ramya’s Bookshelf, Reading books, Reading stories, Reading LifeThe Reading Life, Reading on a Rainy Day, Reading Thru the Night, Rebecca Reads, Rhapsody In Books, Savvy Verse & Wit, Scrappy Cat, She Is Too Fond of Books, She Reads Books, She Reads Novels, She Treads Softly, S. Krishna’s Books, SmallWorld Reads, So Many Precious Books, So Little Time, Stella Matutina, Subliminal Intervention, Suko’s Notebook, Tea Time with Marce, things mean a lot, Ticket to AnywhereThe Tome Traveller’s Weblog, Under The Boardwalk, What Kate’s Reading, Whimpulsive, Worthwhile Books, Write Meg!, Writing Wrongs, You’ve GOTTA read this!, Zee’s Worldly Obsessions]

The Guns at Last Light: The War in Western Europe, 1944-1945 by Rick Atkinson [reviewed by Rhapsody in Books]

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Half a Crown by Jo Walton [reviewed by Mystica, Shelf Love, things mean a lot]

Half-Blood Blues by Esi Edugyan [reviewed by Caribousmom, Page Plucker]

Hana’s Suitcase by Karen Levine [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Hanukkah Ghosts by Malka Penn [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Ha’penny by Jo Walton [reviewed by Howling Frog Books, Mystica, Shelf Love, things mean a lot]

The Happy Warrior: The Life Story of Sir Winston Churchill, As Told Through Great Britain’s Eagle Comic of the 1950s by Clifford Makins [reviewed by Doolittle’s]

Harp of Burma by Michio Takeyama [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

The Haunting of Stratton Falls by Brenda Seabrooke [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Heart of Deception by M.L. Malcolm [reviewed by Amused By Books, Book Journey, BookNAround, Chocolate & Croissants, Diary of an Eccentric, I’m Booking ItMan of la Book, Reading Through Life, Unabridged Chick]

Heart of Lies by M.L. Malcolm [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

The Heat of the Day by Elizabeth Bowen [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, Diary of an Eccentric, Lizzy’s Literary Life]

Heidegger’s Glasses by Thaisa Frank [reviewed by Books and Movies, Diary of an Eccentric, Hardkover, Joyfully Retired, Life in the Thumb, Luxury Reading, Savvy Verse & Wit, That’s What She Read, Truth, Beauty, Freedom, and Books, 2 Kids and Tired Books, Unabridged Chick]

Hell’s Guest by Col. Glenn D. Frazier [reviewed by Worthwhile Books]

Henrietta Sees It Through:  More News From the Home Front 1942-1945 by Joyce Dennys [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews]

Henrietta’s War:  News From the Home Front, 1939-1942 by Joyce Dennys [reviewed by Back to Books, Becky’s Book Reviews, The Book NestA Girl Walks Into a Bookstore…, The Indextrious Reader, Iris on Books, Library Queue, Savidge Reads, Serendipity, things mean a lot]

Her Mother’s Hope by Francine Rivers [reviewed by Under The Boardwalk]

Heroes by Ken Mochizuki, illustrated by Dom Lee [reviewed by Maw Books Blog]

Hero on a Bicycle by Shirley Hughes [reviewed by The Children’s War]

He Was My Chief:  The Memoirs of Adolf Hitler’s Secretary by Christa Schroeder [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary, Diary of an Eccentric]

Hey Kids, Want Some Chocolates?  My Family’s Journey to Freedom by Melitta Strandberg, co-authored by George E. Pfautsch [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, This That and the Other Thing]

HHhH by Laurent Binet [reviewed by Canadian Bookworm, Farm Lane Books, 2606 Books and counting…]

A Hidden Affair by Pam Jenoff [reviewed by Books and Movies, Diary of an Eccentric]

Hidden Child by Isaac Millman [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Hidden Girl: A True Story of the Holocaust by Lola Rein Kaufman with Lois Metzger [reviewed by Bloggin’ ’bout Books]

Hidden on the Mountain:  Stories of Children Sheltered From the Nazis in Le Chambon by Deborah Durland DeSaix and Karen Gray Ruelle [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Hiding Edith:  A True Story by Kathy Kacer [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Hiding in the Spotlight:  A Musical Prodigy’s Story of Survival 1941-1946 by Greg Dawson [reviewed by Bloggin’ ’bout Books]

The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom [reviewed by Ardent Reader, The Book Nest, Carol’s Notebook, Library Queue, A Reading Collection]

Hiding to Survive:  Stories of Jewish Children Rescued From the Holocaust by Maxine B. Rosenberg [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

High Flight: A Story of World War II by Linda Granfield, illustrated by Michael Martchenko [reviewed by Back to Books]

Hiroshima by John Hersey [reviewed by At Home With Books, Page247]

Hiroshima Diary:  The Journal of a Japanese Physician, August 6-September 30, 1945 by Michihiko Hachiya [reviewed by At Home With Books]

Hiroshima in the Morning by Rahna Reiko Rizzuto [reviewed by Book Addiction, Booking Mama, Caribousmom, Diary of an Eccentric, Dolce Bellezza, Rhapsody in Books]

Hiroshima mon Amour by Marguerite Duras [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat]

Hiroshima Notes by Kenzaburo Oe [reviewed by The Reading Life]

His Majesty’s Hope by Susan Elia MacNeal [reviewed by The Children’s War, Kittling: Books, Life in the Thumb, Luxury Reading, Tutu’s Two Cents]

His Name was Raoul Wallenberg:  Courage, Rescue, and Mystery During World War II by Louise Borden [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, The Children’s War]

History: A Novel by Elsa Morante [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat]

The History of History: A Novel of Berlin by Ida Hattemer-Higgins [reviewed by Reading books, Reading stories, Reading Life]

Hitler by Albert Marrin [reviewed by Worthwhile Books]

Hitler and Mars Bars by Dianne Ascroft [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Fyrefly’s Book Blog, Wendi’s Book Corner]

Hitlerland:  American Eyewitnesses to the Nazi Rise to Power by Andrew Nagorski [reviewed by Luxury Reading]

The Hitler Myth: Image and Reality in the Third Reich by Ian Kershaw [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

Hitler’s Angel by William Osborne [reviewed by The Children’s War, Serendipity Reviews]

Hitler’s Ashes:  How Hitler’s Assassination Leads to the Development of Germany’s Atomic Bomb by John T. Cox [reviewed by Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell]

Hitler’s Canary by Sandi Toksvig [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Hitler’s Daughter by Jackie French [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Hitler’s Hangman: The Life of Heydrich by Robert Gerwarth [reviewed by Book Scorpion’s Lair]

Hitler’s Willing Executioners:  Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen [reviewed by A Garden of Books]

Hitler Youth:  Growing Up in Hitler’s Shadow by Susan Campbell Bartoletti [reviewed by Bloggin’ ’bout Books, A Small Accomplishment]

The Holocaust Chronicle: A History in Words and Pictures by John Roth Ph.D. [reviewed by You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Holocaust Poetry compiled by Hilda Schiff [reviewed by Savvy Verse & Wit]

The Holocaust: The Nazis Seize Power, 1933-1941 by Stuart A. Kallen [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Home Again at Last by Jerry Borrowman [reviewed by Carey Family Website]

Homecoming by Bernhard Schlink [reviewed by Ready When You Are, C.B.]

Homefront by Doris Gwaltney [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Home Front Girl: A Diary of Love, Literature, and Growing Up in Wartime America by Joan Wehlen Morrison [reviewed by A Bookish Affair, The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric]

Home of the Brave by Allen Say [reviewed by Puss Reboots]

An Honorable German by Charles McCain [reviewed by Luxury Reading]

Hope:  A Tragedy by Shalom Auslander [reviewed by Man of la Book]

Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid ReaderAs Usual, I Need More Bookshelves, At Home With BooksBibliophile By the Sea, Book Club Classics, Book Clutter, bookgirl’s nightstandThe Book Lady’s Blog, Bookopolis, Books and Movies, Bookworm’s DinnerThe Book Worm’s Library, Cheryl’s Book Nook, Chrisbookarama, Crazy for Books, Diary of an Eccentric, Dolce BellezzaThe Friendly Book Nook, Girls Just Reading, Hey Lady! Whatcha Readin’?, I’m Booking It, In Spring It Is the Dawn, In the Shadow of Mt. TBR, It’s All About BooksJeanette’s BooksA Journey of Books, Joyfully Retired, Library Queue, Life in the Thumb, Lit and Life, Literate Housewife, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, MariReads, Medieval Bookworm, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, Necromancy Never Pays, Not Enough BooksA Novel Menagerie, Page After Page, Pudgy Penguin Perusals, Rantings of a Bookworm Couch PotatoA Reading Collection, Reading in Taiwan, Reading to Know, Redlady’s Reading Room, Rhapsody in Books, Savvy Verse & Wit, Scrappy Cat, She Reads Novels, Silly Little Mischief, Small World Reads, Suko’s Notebook, Ticket to Anywhere, Tiny Library, Tutu’s Two Cents, Under The Boardwalk, Word Lily, Worthwhile Books, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

The Hours After: Letters of Love and Longing in War’s Aftermath by Gerda Weissmann Klein [reviewed by Magistra Mater]

The House at Tyneford by Natasha Solomons [reviewed by The Book Garden, Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell, Books and Movies, Impressions In Ink, It’s All About Books, Luxury Reading, Mom With A Book, Reading Through the BS, Reading to Know]

The House Baba Built: An Artist’s Childhood in China by Ed Young [reviewed by The Children’s War]

House of Ghosts by Lawrence Kaplan [reviewed by Bloggin’ ’bout Books]

How Angels Die by David-Michael Harding [reviewed by Luxury Reading]

How Huge the Night by Heather Munn and Lydia Munn [reviewed by Carlybird’s Home, Reviews by Molly]

How I Learned Geography by Uri Shulevitz [reviewed by Rhapsody in Books]

How to Be an American Housewife by Margaret Dilloway [reviewed by At Home With BooksThe Book Chick, Book Dilettante, Bookfoolery, bookgirl’s nightstand, Booking MamaThe Book Inn, Books and Movies, Bookworm Baby, Capricious Reader, Crazy for BooksThe Crazy Life of a Bookaholic Mom, Debbie’s Book Bag, Devourer of Books, Diary of an Eccentric, 5 Minutes for Books, Jo-Jo loves to read!!!, Literate Housewife, Medieval Bookworm, Pudgy Penguin Perusals, Reading to Know, Redlady’s Reading Room, Savvy Verse & Wit, SmallWorld Reads, The 3R’s Blog, write meg!]

How to Cook a Wolf by M.F.K. Fisher [reviewed by Magistra Mater, Page247]

Human Smoke: The Beginnings of World War II, The End of Civilization by Nicholson Baker [reviewed by autumnal akika, Page247]

The Hunger Angel by Herta Muller [reviewed by Axe for the frozen sea]

The Hunt for Hitler’s Warship by Patrick Bishop [reviewed by 5 Minutes for Books, Layers of Thought, Lit and Life, Man of la Book, Sophisticated Dorkiness]

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I Am an American: A True Story of Japanese Internment by Jerry Stanley [reviewed by The Children’s War]

I Am a Star, Child of the Holocaust by Inge Auerbacher [reviewed by Maw Books Blog]

I Am Forbidden by Anouk Markovits [reviewed by Canadian Bookworm, Devourer of Books, Diary of an Eccentric, Dolce Bellezza, Jayne’s Books, Jenn’s Bookshelves, Life in Review, Life…With Books, Literate Housewife, Luxury Reading, nomadreader, Peeking Between the Pages, Raging Bibliomania, Suko’s Notebook, The 3 R’s Blog, Unabridged Chick,

If I Should Die Before I Wake by Han Nolan [reviewed by The Children’s War, My Life In Not So Many Words]

I Have Lived a Thousand Years:  Growing Up in the Holocaust by Livia Bitton-Jackson [reviewed by Leafing Through Life, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources, SmallWorld Reads, Ticket to Anywhere]

I Have My Mother’s Eyes: A Holocaust Memoir Across the Generations by Barbara Ruth Bluman [reviewed by BermudaOnion]

I’ll Be Seeing You by Suzanne Hayes and Loretta Nyhan [reviewed by Bookfan, Diary of an Eccentric, Tina Says…]

Ill Met by Moonlight:  A Daring World War II Mission on Nazi-Held Crete by W. Stanley Moss [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

The Illusion of Separateness by Simon Van Booy [reviewed by Bibliophile By the Sea, The Blog of Litwits, Bookfoolery, BookNAround, Boston Bibliophile, 5 Minutes for Books, Iris on Books, Library of Clean Reads, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, she treads softly, Sophisticated Dorkiness, Unabridged Chick]

I’m Still Scared by Tomie DePaola [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Imprisoned: The Betrayal of the Japanese Americans During World War II by Martin W. Sandler [reviewed by The Children’s War, My Head Is Full of Books]

Incident in Yorkville by Emma Gelders Sterne [reviewed by The Children’s War]

In Defiance of Hitler: The Secret Mission of Varian Fry by Carla Killough McClafferty [reviewed by The Children’s War]

I Never Saw Another Butterfly: Children’s Drawings and Poems From Terezin Concentration Camp 1942-1944 edited by Hana Volavkova [reviewed by Literate Housewife, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Information Officer by Mark Mills [reviewed by Bitter Tea and Mystery, Life and Times of a “New” New Yorker]

Inglourious Basterds by Quentin Tarantino [reviewed by BermudaOnion, Diary of an Eccentric, Savvy Verse & Wit]

In Harm’s Way:  The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis and the Extraordinary Story of Its Survivors by Doug Stanton [reviewed by Impressions In Ink]

In Love With Jerzy Kosinski by Agate Nesaule [reviewed by A Book A Week]

In My Enemy’s House by Carol Matas [reviewed by The Book Nest]

In My Hands:  Memories of a Holocaust Rescuer by Irene Gut Opdyke [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews]

The Innocent Spy by Laura Wilson [reviewed by A Garden Carried in the Pocket]

Innocent War by Susan Violante [reviewed by Back to Books]

In Spite of All Terror by Hester Burton [reviewed by The Children’s War]

An Interrupted Life: The Diaries and Letters of Etty Hillesum 1941-43 by Etty Hillesum [reviewed by Books and other Stuff, A Girl Walks Into a Bookstore]

In the Dark Streets Shineth: A 1941 Christmas Story by David McCullough [reviewed by The Children’s War]

In the Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson [reviewed by At Home With Books, Becky’s Book Reviews, Booking Mama, The Book Nest, Bookworm BabyThe Book Worm’s Library, Fizzy Thoughts, Fyrefly’s Book Blog, A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, Impressions In Ink, Lit and Life, Luxury Reading, Rhapsody in Books, Sassymonkey Reads, Sophisticated Dorkiness, Tina Says…, WildmooBooks, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Into Suez by Stevie Davies [reviewed by Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell]

Into That Darkness:  An Examination of Conscience by Gitta Sereny [reviewed by You’ve GOTTA read this!]

The Invisible Bridge by Julia Orringer [reviewed by A Book A WeekThe Book Worm’s Library, Boston Bibliophile, Caribousmom, She Reads Novels, SmallWorld Reads]

In War Times by Kathleen Ann Goonan [reviewed by Layers of Thought]

I Remember Nothing More:  A Doctor’s Powerfully Moving Memoir of Her Struggle to Save the Children of the Warsaw Ghetto by Adina Blady Szwajger [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Irene Sendler and the Children of the Warsaw Ghetto by Susan Goldman Rubin, illustrated by Bill Farnsworth [reviewed by The Fourth Musketeer]

Irena’s Jar of Secrets by Marcia Vaughan, illustrated by Ron Mazellan [reviewed by Back to Books, The Children’s War]

Iris & Ruby by Rosie Thomas [reviewed by Mystica]

Irretrievably Broken by Irma Fritz [reviewed by At Home With Books]

Isabella:  From Auschwitz to Freedom by Isabella Leitner and Irving A. Leitner [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Island by Victoria Hislop [reviewed by Booking Mama]

Island of the World by Michael D. O’Brien [reviewed by Lines…in Pleasant Places]

The Italian Quarter by Domenica De Rosa [reviewed by Library of Clean Reads]

It Happened in Italy:  Untold Stories of How the People of Italy Defied the Horrors of the Holocaust by Elizabeth Bettina [reviewed by Pudgy Penguin Perusals, Violet Crush]

I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors by Bernice Eisenstein [reviewed by The Written World]

I Will Come Back for You:  A Family in Hiding During World War II by Marisabina Russo [reviewed by The Children’s War]

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Jack 1939 by Francine Mathews [reviewed by Devourer of Books, Jen’s Book Thoughts, Kittling: Books, S. Krishna’s Books, Tutu’s Two Cents]

Jacob the Liar by Jurek Becker [reviewed by The Children’s War, Pinuccia’s World of Books]

Jasmine Nights by Julia Gregson [reviewed by Bookfoolery, She Reads Novels]

The Jewish Husband by Lia Levi [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews]

Jews in Nazi Berlin: From Kristallnacht to Liberation by Beate Meyer, Hermann Simon, and Chana Schutz [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Jimmy’s Stars by Mary Ann Rodman [reviewed by Biblio File, Maw Books Blog, SmallWorld Reads]

Johnny and the Bomb by Terry Pratchett [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Journal of Helene Berr by Helene Berr [reviewed by Canadian Bookworm, Jeanette’s Books]

The Journey That Saved Curious George: The True Wartime Escape of Margaret and H.A. Rey by Louise Borden and Allan Drummond [reviewed by Carol’s Notebook, The Children’s War]

Jump Into the Sky by Shelly Pearsall [reviewed by The Children’s War]

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The Kashmir Shawl by Rosie Thomas [reviewed by A Book A Week, Library of Clean Reads]

The Katyn Order by Douglas W. Jacobson [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Historical Tapestry]

The Keep by F. Paul Wilson [reviewed by WildmooBooks]

The Keeper of Secrets by Julie Thomas [reviewed by Bloggin’ ’bout Books, Bookfoolery, Chocolate & Croissants, Drey’s Library, From L.A. to LA, Kittling: Books, Mom With A Book, A Patchwork of Books, That’s What She Read]

Keeping Hannah Waiting by Dave Clarke [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Puss Reboots]

Keep Smiling Through by Ann Rinaldi [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Khatyn by Ales Adamovich [reviewed by A Bookish Affair, Diary of an Eccentric]

Kid Soldier by Jennifer Maruno [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Killing Rommel by Steven Pressfield [reviewed by Books ‘N Border Collies]

Kisses on a Postcard: A Tale of Wartime Childhood by Terence Frisby [reviewed by Fleur in Her World]

The Klipfish Code by Mary Casanova [reviewed by The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, (Live and) Dream a Little Dream, Savvy Verse & Wit]

The Kommandant’s Girl by Pam Jenoff [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Ardent Reader, Bloggin’ ’bout BooksThe Book Worm’s Library, Girl Lost in a Book…, Reflections of a Bookaholic, Should Be Reading]

Konin:  One Man’s Quest for a Vanished Jewish Community by Theo Richmond [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

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The Language of Threads by Gail Tsukiyama [reviewed by The Book Worm’s Library]

L’albero di Goethe (Goethe’s Tree) by Helga Schneider [reviewed by Out of the Blue]

La’s Orchestra Saves the World by Alexander McCall Smith [reviewed by Bookworm with a View, Hope Is the Word, Life in the Thumb, Page After Page, Reading books, Reading stories, Reading Life]

The Last Brother by Natchacha Appanah [reviewed by A Book Blog. Period., Boston Bibliophile, Caribousmom, Devourer of Books, Diary of an Eccentric, Estella’s Revenge, Farm Lane Books, Fizzy Thoughts, Linus’s Blanket, Must Read Faster, nomadreader, Olduvai Reads, Rundpinne, Savvy Verse & Wit, S. Krishna’s Books, That’s What She Read]

The Last Days of Hitler by Hugh Trevor-Roper [reviewed by 2606 Books and counting]

Last Days of Summer by Steve Kluger [reviewed by Bookfan]

The Last Enemy by Richard Hillary [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

The Last Stand of the Tin Can Soldiers: The Extraordinary World War II Story of the U.S. Navy’s Finest Hour by James D. Hornfischer [reviewed by Doolittle’s]

The Last Telegram by Liz Trenow [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Drey’s Library, Knitting and Sundries, Library of Clean Reads, Literate Housewife, A Novel Review, Readin’ and Dreamin’]

The Last Thousand Days of the British Empire: Churchill, Roosevelt, and the Birth of the Pax Americana by Peter Clarke [reviewed by Doolittle’s]

The Last Time I Saw Paris by Lynn Sheene [reviewed by Amused by Books, Caribousmom, Impressions In Ink, nomadreader]

Lauren Yanofsky Hates the Holocaust by Leanne Lieberman [reviewed by The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric]

The Lavender Garden by Lucinda Riley [reviewed by A Bookish Affair, Canadian Bookworm, A Garden Carried in the Pocket, A Library of My Own, (Live and) Dream a Little Dream, Luxury Reading, MariReads, She Reads Novels, Silver’s Reviews, Under The Boardwalk]

Lebensborn by Jo Ann Bender [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Diary of an Eccentric]

Leeway Cottage by Beth Gutcheon [reviewed by A Book A Week]

Left for Dead:  A Young Man’s Search for Justice for the USS Indianapolis by Pete Nelson [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews]

Legacy of Rescue: A Daughter’s Tribute by Marta Fuchs [reviewed by Bookfoolery, Diary of an Eccentric]

Lehrter Station by David Downing [reviewed by Impressions In Ink]

A Lesson in Secrets by Jacqueline Winspear [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Lit and Life, Savvy Verse & Wit]

Let Me Go by Helga Schneider [reviewed by Books and MoviesYou’ve GOTTA read this!]

Letters From Home by Kristina McMorris [reviewed by Acting Balanced, As the Pages Turn, At Home With Books, Beck’s Book PicksThe Book Faery Reviews, Booking Mama, Bookin’ with Bingo, bookramblings.netThe Book Tree, Caribousmom, Carlybird’s Home, CelticLady’s ReviewsA Cozy Reader’s Corner Reviews, Crazy for Books, Freda’s Voice, Hanging Off the Wire, The Introverted Reader, Just Another Book Addict, Life in Review, Mother Daughter Book Club, Must Read Faster, My Reading Room, MysteriesEtc, Ohio Girl Talks, Once Upon a RomanceA Ponderance of Things, Psychotic State, Reading Frenzy, Rebecca’s Reads, Reviews by MollyThe Romance Readers Connection, StephTheBookworm, to the heart of history, Under His Wings, WV Stitcher]

Letters From Skye by Jessica Brockmole [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Bippity Boppity Book, Bookfan, Diary of an Eccentric, Fleur in Her World, Gerbera Daisy Diaries, Linus’s Blanket, Luxury Reading, Paternoster Row Legacy, Savvy Verse & Wit, Silver’s Reviews, Write Meg!]

Letters From the Lost: A Memoir of Discovery by Helen Waldstein Wilkes [reviewed by Canadian Bookworm]

Liberation by Joanna Scott [reviewed by A Book A Week]

The Liberator: One World War II’s Solider’s 500-Day Odyssey From the Beaches of Sicily to the Gates of Dachau by Alex Kershaw [reviewed by Booking Mama, Man of la Book]

The Lieutenant’s Lover by Harry Bingham [reviewed by Medieval Bookworm]

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson [reviewed by Book Addiction, Books Speak Volumes, Caribousmom, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

The Light Behind the Window by Lucinda Riley [reviewed by Fleur in Her World]

The Light in the Ruins by Chris Bohjalian [reviewed by As Usual, I Need More Bookshelves, Bookfan, A Bookish Affair, Canadian Bookworm, The Lost Entwife, S. Krishna’s Books, That’s What She Read]

The Lily Cupboard: A Story of the Holocaust by Shulamith Levey Oppenheim, illustrated by Ronald Himler [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Lily Renee, Escape Artist:  From Holocaust Survivor to Comic Book Pioneer by Trina Robbins, illustrated by Anne Timmons and Mo Oh [reviewed by The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, This That and the Other Thing]

Lily’s Crossing by Patricia Reilly Giff [reviewed by It’s All About Books, Maw Books Blog]

Lily’s Victory Garden by Helen L. Wilbur [reviewed by Brimful Curiosities, She Is Too Fond of Books]

The Linen Queen by Patricia Falvey [reviewed by Aisle B, Bippity Boppity BookThe Book Nest, Cozy in Texas, Diary of an Eccentric, Jo-Jo Loves to Read!!!, Mrs. Q: Book Addict, Reflections of a Bookaholic, The Lost Entwife, 2 Kids and Tired Books, Under The Boardwalk]

Listen Hilter! The Gremlins Are Coming by Inez Hogan [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Little Ships: the Heroic Rescue at Dunkirk in World War II by Louise Borden, illustrated by Michael Foreman [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Living With the Enemy: A Diary of the Japanese Occupation by Pacita Pestano-Jacinto [reviewed by The Reading Life]

Lizzi & Fredl:  A Perilous Journey of Love and Faith by Dr. William B. Stanford [reviewed by Dan’s Journal, Falling Off the Shelf, Luxury Reading, Puss Reboots]

The Locksmith by Lafe Metz [reviewed by Man of la Book]

London Calling by Edward Bloor [reviewed by The Children’s War]

London, 1945: Life in the Debris of War by Maureen Waller [reviewed by A Book A Week, Worthwhile Books]

London War Notes: 1939-1945 by Mollie Panter-Downes [reviewed by Fleur in Her World, Stuck in a Book, Worthwhile Books]

A Long, Long Time Ago and Essentially True by Brigid Pasulka [reviewed by Bibliophile By the Sea]

The Long Way Home by Margot Benary-Isbert [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Losing Role by Steve Anderson [reviewed by The New Podler Review of Books]

The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million by Daniel Mendelsohn [reviewed by Impressions In Ink]

Lost in Shangri-La: A True Story of Survival, Adventure, and the Most Incredible Rescue Mission of World War II by Mitchell Zukoff [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Back to Books, Bookfoolery, Booking Mama, BookNAround, Books and Movies, Bookworm Baby, Doolittle’s, Helen’s Book Blog, Layers of Thoughts, LibbysBookBlog, Library of Clean Reads, The Lost Entwife, Luxury Reading, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, Reading Lark, Semicolon, Shelf Love, Silver’s Reviews, Sophisticated Dorkiness (re-read), Tina Says…, Tiny Library, Under My Apple Tree, Wordsmithonia, The Written World, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

The Lost Wife by Alyson Richman [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, The Book Garden, Diary of an Eccentric, Life in the Thumb, Lit and Life, Luxury Reading, Melody’s Reading Corner, Pudgy Penguin Perusals, Reading Through the BS, Rhapsody in Books, Tina Says…]

Love and Sand by Howard Layton [reviewed by Not Enough Books]

Love and War in the Apennines by Eric Newby [reviewed by Boston Bibliophile]

Love in the Years of Lunacy by Mandy Sayer [reviewed by Booklover Book Reviews]

A Lovely Little War: Life in a Japanese Prison Camp Through the Eyes of a Child by Angus Lorenzen [reviewed by Bookfoolery]

Louise’s Gamble by Sarah R. Shaber [reviewed by Tina Says…]

Louise’s War by Sarah R. Shaber [reviewed by Tina Says…]

Luba:  The Angel of Bergen-Belsen by Michelle R. McCann and Luba Tryszynska-Frederick, illustrated by Ann Marshall [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

A Lucky Child: A Memoir of Surviving Auschwitz as a Young Boy by Thomas Buergenthal [reviewed by BookfooleryThe Book Inn, Books and Cooks, Book Reviews By Bobbie, Devourer of Books, Diary of an Eccentric, Jo-Jo loves to read!!!, Lost in Books, Luxury Reading]

Lucky 73: USS Pampanito’s Unlikely Rescue of Allied POWs in WWII by Aldona Sendzikas [reviewed by The Novel Bookworm]

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The Machine Gunners by Robert Westall [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Madonnas of Leningrad by Debra Dean [reviewed by At Home With Books, Bloggin’ ’bout BooksThe Book Worm’s Library, Diary of an Eccentric, Fresh Ink Books, Not Enough Books, Pinuccia’s World of Books, Rebecca Reads, Scrappy Cat]

The Magic of Ordinary Days by Ann Howard Creel [reviewed by Jeanette’s Books]

Making Bombs for Hitler by Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch [reviewed by Back to Books]

The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews]

Man Overboard! by Curtis Parkinson [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl [reviewed by Books ‘N Border ColliesThe Book Worm’s Library, Kay’s Bookshelf, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of InsanityReady When You Are, C.B., You’ve GOTTA read this!]

The Man Who Never Was: World War II’s Boldest Counterintelligence Operation by Ewen Montagu [reviewed by The Book Nest]

The Man With the Iron Heart by Harry Turtledove [reviewed by Doolittle’s]

Maps and Shadows by Krysia Jopek [reviewed by Back to Books, Diary of an Eccentric, Rose City Reader]

March Violets by Philip Kerr [reviewed by Man of la Book]

Mare’s War by Tanita S. Davis [reviewed by Becky’s Book ReviewsCapricious ReaderThe Children’s War, Elizabeth Willse, Everything Distils Into ReadingA Patchwork of Books, Rhapsody in Books]

Margot by Jillian Cantor [reviewed by Booking Mama]

Mari by Easterine Kire [reviewed by a hot cup of pleasure]

Mariana by Monica Dickens [reviewed by Hannah Stoneham’s Book Blog]

The Marriage Artist by Andrew Winer [reviewed by Caribousmom, Devourer of Books]

Masaryk Station by David Downing [reviewed by Impressions In Ink, Man of la Book]

The Mascot: Unraveling the Mystery of My Jewish Father’s Nazi Boyhood by Mark Kurzem [reviewed by At Home With Books]

The Matchmaker of Kenmare by Frank Delaney [reviewed by Amused By Books, Books and Movies, BooksPlease, Diary of an Eccentric, Dolce BellezzaThe Eclectic Reader, Pudgy Penguin Perusals]

Maus I:  A Survivor’s Tale:  My Father Bleeds History by Art Spiegelman [reviewed by Ardent Reader, At Home With Books, Becky’s Book Reviews, Book Addiction, Book Journal, The Book Mine Set, Diary of an Eccentric, Fizzy Thoughts, Historical TapestryThe Introverted Reader, Paternoster Row Legacy, Reading Thru the Night, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Maus II:  A Survivor’s Tale:  And Here My Troubles Began by Art Spiegelman [reviewed by Ardent Reader, At Home With Books, Becky’s Book Reviews, Book AddictionThe Book Mine Set, Diary of an Eccentric, Historical TapestryThe Introverted Reader, Paternoster Row Legacy, Reading Thru the Night, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Meet Molly (American Girl) by Valerie Tripp [reviewed by The Children’s War, The Girl @ Diary of an Eccentric]

Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler [reviewed by Magistra Mater]

Memories of Anne Frank:  Reflections of a Childhood Friend by Alison Leslie Gold [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden [reviewed by Giving… Reading a Chance!!!]

Memoirs of a Warsaw Ghetto Fighter by Kazik (Simha Rotem) [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Memory by Philippe Grimbert [reviewed by Boston Bibliophile, Diary of an Eccentric]

A Memory Between Us by Sarah Sundin [reviewed by Bookfoolery, Life in Review]

Men at Arms by Evelyn Waugh [reviewed by Silver Threads]

Menorah in the Night Sky: A Miracle of Chanukah by Jacques J.M. Shore and S. Kim Glassman [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Mermaid and the Messerschmitt: War Through a Woman’s Eyes 1939-1940 by Rulka Langer [reviewed by Rose City Reader]

The Messiah of Stockholm by Cynthia Ozick [reviewed by Shelf Love]

Michael at the Invasion of France 1943 (Boys of Wartime) by Laurie Calkhoven [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Milkweed by Jerry Spinelli [reviewed by Book Journey, Bookmarked!The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, Library Queue, Reading on a Rainy Day, Under The Boardwalk]

The Minsk Ghetto 1941-1943: Jewish Resistance and Soviet Internationalism by Barbara Epstein [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Missing in Action by Dean Hughes [reviewed by Bloggin’ bout Books]

Mission Accomplished:  Stop the Clock by Muriel P. Engelman [reviewed by Book Club Classics]

Mission to Paris by Alan Furst [reviewed by Canadian Bookworm, Shelf Love]

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs [reviewed by Books & other thoughts]

Mr. Churchill’s Secretary by Susan Elia MacNeal [reviewed by Amused By Books, The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, A Garden Carried in the Pocket, Gerbera Daisy Diaries, A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, Jayne’s Books, Kittling: Books, Life in the Thumb, Luxury Reading, Man of la Book, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, Purple Sage and Scorpions, Tutu’s Two Cents, Unabridged Chick]

Mister Orange by Truus Matti [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Mr. Rosenblum Dreams in English by Natasha Solomons [reviewed by The Introverted Reader, She Treads Softly]

The Mistress by Philippe Tapon [reviewed by Literate Housewife]

Molly’s Surprise by Valerie Tripp [reviewed by The Children’s War]

More Than Words Can Say by Robert Barclay [reviewed by Amused by Books, Books and NeedlepointThe Bookworm, Chocolate & Croissants, Diary of an Eccentric, Jenn’s Bookshelves, Library of Clean Reads, Luxury Reading, Reflections of a Bookaholic, Under The Boardwalk]

The Morning Gift by Eva Ibbotson [reviewed by Rhapsody in Books, things mean alot]

Moscow 1941:  A City and Its People at War by Rodric Braithwaite [reviewed by Books and other Stuff]

Murder by Matchlight by E.C.R. Lorac [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

The Museum Guard by Howard Norman [reviewed by Fresh Ink Books, In Spring It Is the Dawn, Reading books, Reading stories, Reading Life]

Music for the End of Time by Jen Bryant, illustrated by Beth Peck [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Music in Her Mind by Robert Gilkes [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

My Berlin Child by Anne Wiazemsky [reviewed by Ready When You Are, C.B.]

My Enemy’s Cradle by Sara Young [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Diary of an Eccentric]

My Family for the War by Anne C. Voorhoeve [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, The Children’s War, A Patchwork of Books]

My Father’s Secret War by Lucinda Franks [reviewed by Tina Says…]

My Flag Grew Stars: World War II Refugees’ Journey to America by Kitty Gogins [reviewed by Book Snob]

My Germany:  A Jewish Writer Returns to the World His Parents Escaped by Lev Raphael [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

My Lucky Star by Zdenka Fantlova [reviewed by Magistra Mater]

My Mother’s Secret: Based on a True Holocaust Story by J.L. Witterick [reviewed by Man of la Book]

My Secret War Diary by Flossie Albright:  My History of The Second World War, 1939-1945 by Marcia Williams [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Mystery at Witchend by Malcolm Saville [reviewed by The Children’s War]

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The Naked and the Dead by Norman Mailer [reviewed by Blue-Hearted Bookworm]

Nancy Wake:  SOE’s Greatest Heroine by Russell Braddon [reviewed by A Garden Carried in the Pocket]

Nancy Wake:  The Inspiring Story of One of the War’s Greatest Heroines by Peter Fitzsimmons [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary]

Naples ’44: A World War II Diary of Occupied Italy by Norman Lewis [reviewed by Readin’ and Dreamin’]

The Nazi Hunters: How a Team of Spies and Survivors Captured the World’s Most Notorious Nazi by Neal Bascomb [reviewed by The Book Smugglers]

Nazi Literature in the Americas by Roberto Bolano [reviewed by The Parrish Lantern, The Reading LifeReady When You Are, C.B., Winstondad’s Blog]

The Nazi Officer’s Wife: How One Jewish Woman Survived the Holocaust by Edith Hahn Beer [reviewed by SmallWorld Reads]

Nella Last’s Peace:  The Postwar Diaries of Housewife, 49 edited by Patricia and Robert Malcolmson [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Nella Last’s War:  The Second World War Diaries of Housewife, 49 edited by Richard Broad and Suzie Fleming [reviewed by Mystica]

Never on These Shores by Stephen R. Pastore [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

News on the Home Front by Christopher Geoffrey McPherson [reviewed by Carole Rae’s Random Ramblings]

Next to Love by Ellen Feldman [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, At Home With Books, Book Addiction, Bookfan, Bookfoolery, The Book Garden, BookNAround, Books and MoviesThe Crazy Life of a Bookaholic Mom, Debbie’s Book Bag, Diary of an Eccentric, 5 Minutes for BooksThe House of the Seven Tails, Library of Clean Reads, Life in ReviewThe Lost Entwife, The Maiden’s Court, Man of la Book, Medieval Bookworm, Melody & Words, Mrs. Q: Book Addict, nomadreader, Reflections of a Bookaholic, Reviews by Molly, Rundpinne, Sam Still Reading, Silver’s Reviews, Sophisticated Dorkiness, That’s What She Read, This That and the Other Thing, Tina Says…, 2 Kids and Tired Books, The Written World]

Nick of Time by Ted Bell [reviewed by Under The Boardwalk]

Night by Elie Wiesel [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Book Addiction, Book Journey, Bookmarked!, Books Obsession, Care’s Online Book ClubThe Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, DogEar Diary, Howling Frog Books, I hug my books, It’s All About MeA Literary Odyssey, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Moirae (the fates) book reviews, Rebecca Reads, SmallWorld Reads, things mean a lot, Word Lily, You’ve GOTTA Read This!]

Night Exercise by John Rhode [reviewed by a hot cup of pleasure]

Night of Flames by Douglas W. Jacobson [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Book AddictionThe Book Nest, Book Reviews by Bobbie, Books and Needlepoint, Diary of an Eccentric, Historical Tapestry, Lit and Life, meditative reading, Pudgy Penguin Perusals, Savvy Verse & Wit, Starting Fresh, You’ve GOTTA Read This!]

Night of Many Dreams by Gail Tsukiyama [reviewed by Carey Family Website, Pudgy Penguin Perusals]

The Night Sky: A Journey From Dachau to Denver and Back by Maria Sutton [reviewed by The Book Nest, The Book Worm’s Library, Library of Clean Reads, Life in the Thumb, Peeking Between the Pages, Reflections of a Book Addict]

Night Thoughts of a Country Landlady: Experiences of Miss Emma Nightingale in Time of War by Edith Olivier and Rex Whistler (illus.) [reviewed by Fleur in Her World]

The Night Watch by Sarah Waters [reviewed by A Book A Week, bookgazing, Necromancy Never Pays, Page247, Regular Rumination, Rhapsody in Books, She Reads Novels, things mean a lot, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Nine Spoons: A Chanukah Story by Marci Stillerman and Pesach Gerber [reviewed by The Children’s War]

1945:  A Novel by Robert Conroy [reviewed by Doolittle’s]

Nip the Buds, Shoot the Kids by Kenzaburo Oe [reviewed by The Reading Life]

None But the Brave: A Novel of the Surgeons of World War II by Anthony A. Goodman [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

No One Is Here Except All of Us by Ramona Ausubel [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

No Other by Shawna K. Williams [reviewed by Reviews by Molly]

North River by Pete Hamill [reviewed by Books and Movies]

The Novel in the Viola by Natasha Solomons [reviewed by Fleur in Her World, The Introverted Reader, Mystica, She Reads Novels, Tiny Library]

Now by Morris Gleitzman [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Now Silence:  A Novel of World War II by Toni Warner Shepard [reviewed by Savvy Verse & Wit]

The Number on My Grandfather’s Arm by David A. Adler [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Number the Stars by Lois Lowry [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Bookmarked!, Brittney’s Blog, The Children’s War, Diary of an EccentricA Few Good Books, The Introverted ReaderThe Reading Life, Reading on a Rainy Day, Stories from Stepford, Suko’s Notebook, Under The Boardwalk, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

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Obasan by Joy Kogawa [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Reading Through Life, Shelf Love]

Obedience by Jacqueline Yallop [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Readin’ and Dreamin’, That’s What She Read]

An Obsolete Honor: A Story of the German Resistance to Hitler by Helena P. Schrader [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Kay’s Bookshelf, MariReads]

Odette’s Secrets by Maryann MacDonald [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Odin Mission by James Holland [reviewed by 2606 Books and counting]

Once by Morris Gleitzman [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, Books and Movies, The Children’s War]

Once Upon a Town: The Miracle of the North Platte Canteen by Bob Greene [reviewed by Carey Family Website]

One Candle by Eve Bunting, illustrated by K. Wendy Popp [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

One Fine Day by Mollie Panter-Downs [reviewed by Jeanette’s Books]

One Man’s Justice by Akira Yoshimura [reviewed by The Reading Life]

One Splendid Tree by Marilyn Helmer, illustrated by Dianne Eastman [reviewed by The Children’s War]

1000:1 Odds: Memoir of a World War II Childhood by Peter Kubicek [reviewed by I See By the Snailpapers]

One Thousand Tracings: Healing the Wounds of World War II by Lita Judge [reviewed by The Children’s War]

One Yellow Daffodil: A Hanukkah Story by David A. Adler and Lloyd Bloom [reviewed by The Children’s War]

On Folly Beach by Karen White [reviewed by BermudaOnion, Book AddictionThe Book Chick, Book, Line, and Sinker, BookNAround, Books and MoviesThe Book Worm’s Library, Cafe of Dreams, Diary of an EccentricThe House of the Seven Tails, Jenn’s Bookshelves, Library Queue, Life in the Thumb, Linus’s Blanket, Lit and Life, Luxury Reading, Melody’s Reading Corner, Mommy’s Reading, Peeking Between the Pages, Raging Bibliomania, Redlady’s Reading Room, Savvy Verse & Wit, S. Krishna’s Books, Southern Girl Reads…, Write Meg!, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

On the Edge of the Fjord by Alta Halverson Seymour [reviewed by The Children’s War]

On the Homefront:  Growing Up in Wartime England by Ann Stalcup [reviewed by The Children’s War]

On the Other Side:  Letters to My Children From Germany 1940-46 by Mathilda Wolff-Monckeberg [reviewed by Fleur in Her World]

On the Wings of Heroes by Richard Peck [reviewed by Maw Books Blog]

Only Time Will Tell by Jeffrey Archer [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Joyfully Retired, Literate Housewife, Southern Girl Reads]

Operation Mincemeat by Ben Macintyre [reviewed by Doolittle’s, Farm Lane Books]

Operation Storm: Japan’s Top Secret Submarines and Its Plans to Change the Course of World War II by John Geoghegan [reviewed by Booking Mama]

The Oppermanns by Lion Feuchtwanger [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Orchid House by Lucinda Riley [reviewed by As Usual, I Need More Bookshelves, The Book Garden, A Bookish Affair, The Crazy Life of a Bookaholic Mom, Diary of an Eccentric, A Library of My Own, A Novel Affair, Reflections of a Book Addict, Silver’s Reviews, S. Krishna’s Books, Under The Boardwalk]

The Ordeal of Total War:1939-1945 by Gordon Wright [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

The Order Has Been Carried Out: History, Memory, and Meaning of a Nazi Massacre in Rome by Alessandro Portelli [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Orders From Berlin by Simon Tolkien [reviewed by Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell]

The Oriental Wife by Evelyn Toynton [reviewed by A Book A Week]

The Orphans of Normandy: A True Story of World War II Told Through Drawings by Children by Nancy Amis [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Oskar Schindler:  The Untold Account of His Life, Wartime Activities, and the True Story Behind the List by David M. Crowe [reviewed by The Book Worm’s Library]

Other Bells for Us to Ring by Robert Cormier [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Other Half of Life by Kim Ablon Whitney [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Our Longest Days:  A People’s History of the Second World War edited by Sandra Koa Wing [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Medieval Bookworm]

Out Stealing Horses by Per Petterson [reviewed by Fleur in Her World, Page After Page, Scrappy Cat, She Treads Softly, Under The Boardwalk]

Outwitting History:  The Amazing Adventures of a Man Who Rescued a Million Yiddish Books by Aaron Lansky [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books]

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The Pages in Between: A Holocaust Legacy of Two Families, One Home by Erin Einhorn [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Bloggin’ ’bout Books, Bookfoolery]

The Painted Bird by Jerzy Kosinski [reviewed by Dogear Diary]

A Pale View of Hills by Kazuo Ishiguro [reviewed by Fluttering Butterflies, Medieval Bookworm]

Pamela G.M. by Florence Gunby Hadath [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Panzer Commander:  The Memoirs of Colonel Hans von Luck by Hans von Luck [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

A Parachute in the Lime Tree by Annemarie Neary [reviewed by Books and Movies, The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric]

Paradise Barn by Victor Watson [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Parallel Journeys by Eleanor Ayer with Helen Waterford and Alfons Heck [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Passage to Freedom:  The Sugihara Story by Ken Mochizuki, illustrated by Dom Lee [reviewed by Maw Books Blog, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources, Rhapsody in Books]

Passing Through Havana: A Novel of a Wartime Girlhood in the Caribbean by Felicia Rosshandler [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Pastor’s Wife by Sabina Wurmbrand [reviewed by Wayside Sacraments]

Peace by Richard Bausch [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, creativeshadows, A Work in Progress]

People of the Holocaust by Linda Schmittroth and Mary Kay Rosteck [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Persimmon Tree by Bryce Courteney [reviewed by The Book Worm’s Library]

Peter Panzerfaust: The Great Escape by Kurtis J. Wiebe, illustrated by Tyler Jenkins [reviewed by Back to Books]

The Piano Teacher by Janice Y.K. Lee [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Amused By Books, Bibliophile By the SeaA Book A Week, A Book Sanctuary, Books and Movies, Books in the CityA Girl Walks Into a Bookstore…, A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, Medieval Bookworm, Mental Foodie, Pudgy Penguin Perusals, Shelf Love, S. Krishna’s Books]

Picking Bones From Ash by Marie Mutsuki Mockett [reviewed by Bibliophile By the Sea]

A Picture Book of Anne Frank by David A. Adler, illustrated by Karen Ritz [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Pigeon Pie by Nancy Mitford [reviewed by Fleur in Her World]

The Plot Against America by Philip Roth [reviewed by Books ‘N Border ColliesThe Book Worm’s Library, Doolittle’s]

The Plum Tree by Ellen Marie Wiseman [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

Poets of World War II edited by Harvey Shapiro [reviewed by Ticket to Anywhere]

The Polish Officer by Alan Furst [reviewed by Doolittle’s]

The Polski Affair by Leon H. Gildin [reviewed by The Bookworm, Boston Bibliophile, Caribousmom, Man of la Book, Reviews by Lola, Reviews by Molly]

Postcards From a War by Vanita Oelschlager [reviewed by Anglers Rest, The Children’s War]

Postcards From No Man’s Land by Aidan Chambers [reviewed by a book blog of one’s own, things mean a lot]

The Postmistress by Sarah Blake [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Amused By Books, Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, BermudaOnion, Beth Fish Reads, Bibliophile By the Sea, A Book A Week, Book Club Classics, BookfanThe Book Inn, Book Journey, Book, Line, and Sinker, Booking Mama, BookmagicA Book Sanctuary, Books and Movies, Books in the City, Bookworm with a View, Canadian Bookworm, Caribousmom, Cerebral Girl in a Redneck World, Debbie’s Book Bag, Devourer of Books, Diary of an EccentricThe Evening Reader, Everyday I Write the Book, 5 Minutes for Books, From L.A. to LA, A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, The House of the Seven Tails, Jules’ Book Reviewsthe Life (and Lies) of an Inanimate Flying Object, Lit and Life, Literarily Speaking, Literate Housewife, Luxury ReadingThe Magic Lasso, Medieval Bookworm, My Life In Not So Many Words, Mystica, Page After Page, Peeking Between the Pages, Pudgy Penguin Perusals, Puss Reboots, Reading in Taiwan, Reflections of a Bookaholic, Reviews by Molly, Rhapsody in Books, Scrappy Cat, She Is Too Fond of Books, She Reads Novels, Silly Little Mischief, S. Krishna’s Books, Stephanie’s Written Word, Suko’s Notebook, Tutu’s Two Cents, Under My Apple Tree, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

The Post Office Girl by Stefan Zweig [reviewed by Chrisbookarama]

Potsdam Station by David Downing [reviewed by Impressions In Ink]

The Power of Light: Eight Stories for Hanukkah by Isaac Bashevis Singer and Irene Lieblich [reviewed by The Children’s War]

POWs at Chigger Lake: A WWII-Era Love Story Set in Rural Oklahoma Complete With 400 Italian Prisoners of War by Jack Shakely [reviewed by Austen Inspired Fan Fiction]

Prague Fatale by Philip Kerr [reviewed by 2606 Books and counting]

Prague Winter:  A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948 by Madeleine Albright [reviewed by At Home With Books, Book Dilettante, Lit and Life]

Primary Sources Teaching Kit:  World War II by Sean Price [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Princess Elizabeth’s Spy by Susan Elia MacNeal [reviewed by Amused By Books, Bippity Boppity Book, Book Dilettante, The Book Garden, The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, Joyfully Retired, Life in the Thumb, Kittling: Books, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, Tutu’s Two Cents, Unabridged Chick, Wordsmithonia]

Prisoner B-3087 by Alan Gratz [reviewed by The Children’s War, Lost in Books]

Prisoner of Dieppe:  World War II, Alistair Morrison, Occupied France, 1942 by Hugh Brewster [reviewed by Back to Books]

A Pure Double Cross by John Knoerle [reviewed by EnRoute to Life]

Purge by Sofi Oksanen [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary]

The Puzzle King by Betsy Carter [reviewed by BookfooleryA Reader’s Respite, Under The Boardwalk]

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The Quilter’s Apprentice by Jennifer Chiaverini [reviewed by Carey Family Website]

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Rachel Sarai’s Vineyard by Deborah Rey [reviewed by Never Again!]

The Railway Man by Eric Lomax [reviewed by Worthwhile Books]

Raoul Wallenberg:  The Man Who Stopped Death by Sharon Linnea [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

A Rather Lovely Inheritance by C.A. Belmond [reviewed by BookNAround]

The Reader by Bernhard Schlink [reviewed by Ardent Reader, BermudaOnion, Bookmarked!Caribousmom, Carol’s Notebook, Diary of an Eccentric, A Garden of Books, A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, Hey Lady! Whatcha Readin’?, Iris on Books, JUST BOOKS, MariReads, Park Benches & Bookends, Reading Thru the Night, Scrappy Cat, S. Krishna’s Books, Suko’s Notebook]

Reading by Lightning by Joan Thomas [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Savvy Verse & Wit]

The Redbreast by Jo Nesbø [reviewed by Book Chatter]

Red Rain by Tim Wendel [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books]

Refuge in Hell:  How Berlin’s Jewish Hospital Outlasted the Nazis by Daniel B. Silver [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Release by Nicole Hadaway [reviewed by Layers of Thought]

The Reluctant Heiress by Eva Ibbotson [reviewed by Rhapsody in Books]

The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro [reviewed by Carey Family Website, JoV’s Book Pyramid, Literate Housewife, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Peek-a-Boo(k), Reading, Writing, Working, Playing]

The Remains of War by G. Pauline Kok-Schurgers [reviewed by Back to Books, Wordsmithonia]

Remember D-Day:  The Plan, the Invasion, Survivor Stories by Ronald J. Drez [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Remembering You by Tricia Goyer [reviewed by BookfooleryA Cozy Reader’s Corner Reviews, Freda’s Voice, Life in Review, This That and the Other Thing, 2 Kids and Tired Books]

The Report by Jessica Francis Kane [reviewed by Book Snob, Diary of an Eccentric, Farm Lane Books, Fleur in Her World, ReviewsbyLola’s Blog, She Read Novels, Whimpulsive]

Rescuing Da Vinci by Robert M. Edsel [reviewed by At Home With Books]

Rescuing the Children:  A Holocaust Memoir by Vivette Samuel [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Resistance by Anita Shreve [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary, Carey Family Website, She Is Too Fond of Books]

Resistance (Book 1) by Carla Jablonski, illustrated by Leland Purvis [reviewed by Back to Books, Boston Bibliophile, The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric]

Resistance by Owen Sheers[reviewed by A Book A Week, Page247, You’ve GOTTA Read This!]

Resistance:  A Frenchwoman’s Journal of the War by Agnes Humbert [reviewed by At Home With Books, Shelf Love, The Written World]

Restless by William Boyd [reviewed by A Book A Week]

Restoration by Olaf Olafsson [reviewed by A Library of My Own, Literate Housewife, Pudgy Penguin Perusals]

Return to From the River Kwai:  True Stories of Japanese Prisoners of War by Joan and Clay Blair, Jr. [reviewed by Worthwhile Books]

Rise and Fall of the Nazis by Claire Welch[reviewed by Ticket to Anywhere]

Rising Sun, Falling Star by Vickie Hall [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Rising Tide by Jeff Shaara [reviewed by Carey Family Website]

River in the Sea by Tina Boscha [reviewed by Suko’s Notebook]

River’s Edge by Marie Bostwick [reviewed by Amused By Books]

The Romeo and Juliet Code by Phoebe Stone [reviewed by The Children’s War, Semicolon]

Romeo Blue by Phoebe Stone [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Rose Blanche by Roberto Innocenti [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Rose Under Fire by Elizabeth Wein [reviewed by Book Addiction, The Children’s War, Iris on Books, My Friend Amy, Semicolon, things mean a lot]

Rosie’s War: An Englishwoman’s Escape From Occupied France by Rosemary Say and Noel Holland [reviewed by Anglers Rest]

Rosie the Riveter by Christine Petersen [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Rowan Farm by Margot Benary-Isbert [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Rowan the Strange by Julie Hearn [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Rue Ordener Rue Labat by Sarah Kofman [reviewed by A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook]

Run Rabbit Run by Barbara Mitchelhill [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Rutka’s Notebook:  A Voice From the Holocaust edited by Time Magazine, Yad Vashem, and Kelly Knauer [reviewed by Bloggin’ ’bout BooksThe Book Nest, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

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Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Eleanor Coerr [reviewed by The Children’s War, Stories from Stepford]

The Sadness of the Samurai by Victor del Arbol [reviewed by Axe for the frozen sea, Tea Time with Marce]

Sala’s Gift:  My Mother’s Holocaust Story by Ann Kirschner [reviewed by The Book Worm’s Library]

The Samurai’s Garden by Gail Tsukiyama [reviewed by Axe for the frozen sea, Care’s Online Book Club, A Guy’s Moleskine Notebook]

Saplings by Noel Streatfeild [reviewed by A Girl Walks Into a Bookstore…Jeanette’s Books, Reading books, Reading stories, Reading Life, things mean a lot]

Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Amused By Books, Blue-Hearted Bookworm, a book blog of one’s own, Bookmagic, Bookmarked!The Book Nest, Books and Movies, Book Snob, Books on the Brain, Care’s Online Book Club, Carmen’s Books and Movies Reviews, Chaotic Compendiums, Crazy for Books, Diary of an EccentricFyrefly’s Book Blog, A Garden of Books, Giving Reading a Chance!!!, Jo-Jo loves to read!!!, Julie’s Jewels, Library of Clean Reads, MariReads, Mrs. Q: Book Addict, Not Enough Books, Page After Page, Peeking Between the Pages, Polishing Mud Balls, Ramya’s Bookshelf, Reading on a Rainy Day, Reflections of a Bookaholic, Scrappy Cat, Silver ThreadsS. Krishna’s Books, SmallWorld Reads, Sophisticated Dorkiness, Tina Says…, Writing Wrongs, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Saving What Remains:  A Holocaust Survivor’s Journey to Reclaim Her Ancestry by Livia Bitton-Jackson [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Saving Zasha by Randi Barrow [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Scapa Flow in War and Peace by W.S. Hewison [reviewed by Doolittle’s]

Scheisshaus Luck by Pierre Berg [reviewed by The Book Nest, Luxury Reading]

Schindler’s List by Thomas Keneally [reviewed by Kay’s Bookshelf, She Treads Softly, things mean a lot]

The Sea and Poison by Shusaku Endo [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, Diary of an Eccentric, A Work in Progress]

The Search by Eric Heuvel, Ruud van der Rol, and Lies Schippers [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Searching for Pemberley by Mary Lydon Simonsen [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Rantings of a Bookworm Couch Potato, Savvy Verse & Wit]

Season of Suffering: Coming of Age in Occupied France by Nicole H. Taflinger [reviewed by Bookstore People]

Second Violin by John Lawton [reviewed by Bitter Tea and Mystery]

The Second World War in Color by Stewart and Adrian Wood [reviewed by Magistra Mater]

The Secret Heroes by Carla Mishek and Margo Sorenson [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Secret Holocaust Diaries: The Untold Story of Nonna Bannister by Nonna Bannister [reviewed by Back to Books, Bookfoolery, Impressions In Ink, My Friend Amy]

The Secret Lives of Codebreakers: The Men and Women Who Cracked the Enigma Code at Bletchley Park by Sinclair McKay [reviewed by A Garden Carried in the Pocket]

The Secret of Priest’s Grotto: A Holocaust Survival Story by Peter Lane Taylor with Christos Nicola [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Secret of the Nightingale Palace by Dana Sachs [reviewed by Amused By Books, Book Dilettante, BookNAround, Books in the City, Diary of an Eccentric, Jenn’s Bookshelves, Jo-Jo Loves to Read!!!, Mrs. Q: Book Addict, Mom With A Book, A Patchwork of Books, Olduvai Reads]

The Secret of the Village Fool by Rebecca Upjohn, illustrated by Renne Benoit [reviewed by The Children’s War, Reading to Know]

The Secret Rescue: An Untold Story of American Nurses and Medics Behind Nazi Lines by Cate Lineberry [reviewed by Paternoster Row Legacy]

The Sentinels: Fortunes of War by Gordon Zuckerman [reviewed by Dan’s Journal, Diary of an Eccentric]

A Separate Peace by John Knowles [reviewed by Bookmarked!, The Children’s War, things mean a lot]

Seven Days of Ashes: Hymns to the Holocaust by Alan Patrick Traynor [reviewed by The Reading Life]

Seven Lives to Repay Our Country by Edward H. Carpenter [reviewed by Carole Rae’s Random Ramblings]

The Seventh Well by Fred Wander [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

The Shadow Children by Steven Schnur, illustrated by Herbert Tauss [reviewed by The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric]

Shadow on the Mountain by Margi Preus [reviewed by Canadian Bookworm, The Children’s War]

Shadows Walking by Douglas R. Skopp [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Impressions In Ink, Man of la Book, SmallWorld Reads, words and peace, The Written World]

Shanghai Diary: A Young Girl’s Journey From Hitler’s Hate to War-Torn China by Ursula Bacon [reviewed by A Book A Week]

Shanghai Girls by Lisa See [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Back to Books, Book, Line, and Sinker, Booknerds are pretty tooThe Crazy Life of a Bookaholic Mom, Diary of an EccentricA Few More Pages, Impressions In Ink, Jules’ Book Reviews, Life in the Thumb, Literate Housewife, Luxury Reading, The Maiden’s Court, Mommy’s Reading, Page After PageA Reading Collection, The Reading Life, Savvy Verse & Wit, She Is Too Fond of Books, She Reads Novels, Suko’s Notebook, The 3 R’s Blog, Under My Apple Tree, Word Lily]

Sharks and Little Fish: A Novel of German Submarine Warfare by Wolfgang Ott [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

The Shawl by Cynthia Orzick [reviewed by Books ‘N Border Collies]

Shelter Me by Alex McAulay [reviewed by The Book Muncher, Presenting Lenore]

The Ship of Brides by Jojo Moyes [reviewed by At Home With Books, Jules’ Book Reviews]

The Shipwreck of a Nation by H. Peter Nennhaus [reviewed by Luxury Reading, Puss Reboots]

A Shirtful of Frogs by Shalini Boland [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Shooting an Albatross by Steven R. Lundin [reviewed by Dan’s Journal]

The Siege by Helen Dunmore [reviewed by Books and Other Stuff, nomadreader]

Siegfried by Harry Mulisch [reviewed by Iris on Books]

The Silent Angel by Heinrich Boll [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, in lieu of a field guide, Lizzy’s Literary Life, Tony’s Reading List, A Work in Progress]

Silesian Station by David Downing [reviewed by Impressions In Ink]

The Silver Sword by Ian Serraillier [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Sins of the Father by Jeffrey Archer [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, 5 Minutes for Books, Southern Girl Reads, Tutu’s Two Cents]

The Siren of Paris by David LeRoy [reviewed by Anglers Rest, Diary of an Eccentric, Impressions In Ink, On Page and Screen, Savvy Verse & Wit, Suko’s Notebook, Unabridged Chick]

Skeletons at the Feast by Chris Bohjalian [reviewed by Ardent Reader, BermudaOnion, Beth Fish Reads, Booking Mama, Books ‘N Border Collies, Literate HousewifeA Reader’s Journal, Scrappy Cat, SmallWorld Reads, Thoughts of Joy, Upsidedown Bee, West of Mars]

The Skin of Water by G.S. Johnston [reviewed by A Bookish Affair]

Sky:  A True Story of Courage During World War II by Hanneke Ippisch [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Sky Rained Heroes: A Journey From War to Remembrance by Frederick E. LaCroix [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Puss Reboots]

Slap Your Sides by M.E. Kerr [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut [reviewed by Advance Booking, Anglers Rest, Ardent Reader, Becky’s Book Reviews, Fizzy Thoughts, It’s All About Me, Polishing Mud Balls, Scrappy Cat, Under The Boardwalk, Zee’s Wordly Obsessions]

The Sleepwalkers by Paul Grossman [reviewed by Rhapsody in Books]

A Small Death in Lisbon by Robert Wilson [reviewed by Savvy Verse & Wit]

Small Island by Andrea Levy [reviewed by In Laurie’s Mind]

Small Town Girl by Ann H. Gabhart [reviewed by 2 Kids and Tired Books]

A Small Town Near Auschwitz: Ordinary Nazis and the Holocaust by Mary Fulbrook [reviewed by Impressions In Ink, That’s What She Read]

Smoke Over Birkenau by Liana Millu [reviewed by Rhapsody in Books]

Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson [reviewed by Carey Family Website, Scrappy Cat]

The Snow Goose by Paul Gallico [reviewed by The Children’s War, Semicolon]

Snow:  The Double Life of a World War II Spy by Nigel West and Madoc Roberts [reviewed by Man of la Book]

Snow Treasure by Marie McSwigan [reviewed by The Children’s War]

So Far From the Bamboo Grove by Yoko Kawashima Watkins [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Soldier Bear by Bibi Dumon Tak [reviewed by Biblio File]

Soldier From the War Returning:  The Greatest Generation’s Troubled Homecoming From World War II by Thomas Childers [reviewed by BookLust]

The Soldier’s Return by Melvyn Bragg [reviewed by Farm Lane Books]

The Soldier’s Wife by Margaret Leroy [reviewed by Amused By Books, A Bookish Affair, Bookfoolery, Books and Movies, Chèli’s Shelves, Chocolate & Croissants, Cozy in Texas, Diary of an Eccentric, Emmegail’s Bookshelf, It’s All About Books, Jo-Jo Loves to Read!!!, Knitting and Sundries, Luxury Reading, Melody’s Reading Corner, Polishing Mud Balls, Rhapsody in Books, That’s What She Read, Tina Says…, 2 Kids and Tired Books]

Soldier X by Don Wulffson [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Presenting Lenore]

Some Girls, Some Hats and Hitler by Trudi Kanter [reviewed by Booking Mama]

Someone Named Eva by Joan M. Wolf [reviewed by Ardent ReaderThe Children’s War, Maw Books Blog]

The Sonderberg Case by Elie Wiesel [reviewed by The Betty and Boo Chronicles, Reading on a Rainy Day]

Songbird Under a German Moon by Tricia Goyer [reviewed by Books, Movies, and Chinese FoodBook JourneyMy Friend Amy, Under The Boardwalk]

A Song for Summer by Eva Ibbotson [reviewed by The Book NestCarole Rae’s Random Ramblings, The Children’s War, Rhapsody in Books]

Sons of Thunder by Susan May Warren [reviewed by Books, Movies, and Chinese Food, Under The Boardwalk]

Sorrowline by Niel Bushnell [reviewed by The Children’s War]

So Sad to Fall in Battle: An Account of War Based on General Tadamichi Kurib­ayashi’s Letters From Iwo Jima by Kumiko Kakehashi [reviewed by Man of la Book]

Soul Survivor:  The Reincarnation of a World War II Fighter Pilot by Bruce and Andrea Leininger with Ken Gross [reviewed by BermudaOnion, Dan’s Journal, Layers of Thought]

South to Bataan, North to Mukden by W.E. Brougher [reviewed by Worthwhile Books]

Sparky Ames and Mary Mason of the Ferry Command by Roy J. Snell, illustrated by Erwin L. Darwin [reviewed by The Children’s War]

A Special Fate: Chinue Sugihar, Hero of the Holocaust by Alison Leslie Gold [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Spies of Warsaw by Alan Furst [reviewed by Canadian Bookworm, Diary of an Eccentric, Luxury Reading, Medieval Bookworm, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Spuds, Spam and Eating for Victory: Rationing in the Second World War by Katherine Knight [reviewed by Reading books, Reading stories, Reading Life]

Spying on Miss Müller by Eve Bunting [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Stalin Front by Gert Ledig [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, Caravana de recuerdos, in lieu of a field guide, Lizzy’s Literary Life, A Work in Progress]

Stalingrad:  The Fateful Siege 1942-1943 by Anthony Beevor [reviewed by Books and other Stuff]

Stalin’s Own Children by Owen Matthews [reviewed by As Usual, I Need More Bookshelves]

Star of Fear, Star of Hope by Joe Hoestlandt, illustrated by Johanna Kang [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Starring Sally J. Freedman as Herself by Judy Blume [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Stettin Station by David Downing [reviewed by Impressions In Ink]

A Stitch in Time by Amanda James [reviewed by Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell]

Stolen Child by Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch [reviewed by Back to Books, The Indextrious Reader]

Stones in Water by Donna Jo Napoli [reviewed by Bookmarked!, The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric]

The Storm of War: A New History of the Second World War by Andrew Roberts [reviewed by Booking Mama]

The Story of a Life by Aharon Appelfeld [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, Reader in the Wilderness, A Work in Progress]

The Story of a Marriage by Andrew Sean Greer [reviewed by Linus’s Blanket, Literate Housewife]

Strange But True Stories of World War II by George Sullivan [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Strange Defeat:  A Statement of Evidence by Marc Bloch [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

Stranger in the House: Women’s Stories of Men Returning From the Second World War by Julie Summers [reviewed by things mean a lot]

Strangers at the Farm School by Josephine Elder [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Street of a Thousand Blossoms by Gail Tsukiyama [reviewed by The Book Nest, The Reading Life]

The Street Sweeper by Elliot Perlman [reviewed by Farm Lane Books, Man of la Book]

Strindberg’s Star by Jan Wallentin [reviewed by Booking Mama]

Stronger Than Iron: The Destruction of the Vilna Jewry 1941-1945: An Eyewitness Account by Mendel Balberyszski [reviewed by Rhapsody in Books]

Suite Francaise by Irene Nemirovsky[reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of BooksArdent Reader, Carole’s Chatter, It’s All About Me, Magistra MaterA Reading Collection, Stories from Stepford, things mean a lot, Wayside Sacraments, What Kate’s Reading, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Summer of My German Soldier by Bette Greene [reviewed by BermudaOnion, Bloggin’ ’bout BooksThe Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric]

Summer of the Dancing Bear by Bianca Lakoseljac [reviewed by Unabridged Chick]

Survival in Auschwitz by Primo Levi [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, Books ‘N Border Collies, The Book Worm’s Library, The Introverted Reader]

Surviving Hitler: A Boy in the Nazi Death Camps by Andrea Warren [reviewed by Jo-Jo Loves to Read!!!, my cozy book nook]

Surviving the Angel of Death: The Story of a Mengele Twin in Auschwitz by Eva Mozes Kor and Lisa Rojany Buccieri [reviewed by Becky’s Book ReviewsThe Children’s War, life happens while books are waiting, Moirae (the fates) book reviews, Tina Says…]

Survivors:  Jewish Self-Help and Rescue in Nazi-Occupied Western Europe by Bob Moore [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

A Survivor’s Story: Memoirs of Severin Fayerman by Severin Fayerman [reviewed by Not Enough Books]

Survivors:  True Stories of Children in the Holocaust by Allan Zullo and Mara Bovsun [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Impression In Ink]

Sweathearts of Rhythm: The Story of the Greatest All-Girl Swing Band in the World by Marilyn Nelson and Jerry Pinkney [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Swiss Courier by Tricia Goyer and Mike Yorkey [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, Cheryl’s Book Nook, Under The Boardwalk]

T

T4 by Ann Clare LeZotte [reviewed by The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, Jule’s Book Reviews, Maw Books Blog, Savvy Verse & Wit, Under The Boardwalk]

Tallgrass by Sandra Dallas [reviewed by Bibliophile By the Sea, Jo-Jo loves to read!!!, Life in the Thumb, Never Not ReadingA Reading Collection, Savvy Verse & WitUnder The Boardwalk]

Tamar by Mal Peet [reviewed by The Children’s War, Magistra Mater, things mean a lot, Writing Wrongs]

Tatiana & Alexander by Paullina Simons [reviewed by The Book Garden, The Written World]

Teach Us to Outgrow Our Madness by Kenzaburo Oe [reviewed by The Reading Life (“Prize Stock”), The Reading Life (“The Day He Himself Shall Wipe Away My Tears”)]

Tears in the Darkness:  The Story of the Bataan Death March and Its Aftermath by Michael Norman and Elizabeth Norman [reviewed by Books for Breakfast, Bookworm Baby]

A Teenager in Hitler’s Death Camps by Benny Grunfeld with Magnus Henrekson and Olle Hager [reviewed by BermudaOnion]

Tell Me Another Morning by Zdena Berger [reviewed by At Home With Books]

Tell No One Who You Are:  The Hidden Childhood of Regine Miller by Walter Buchignam [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Ten Cents a Dance by Christine Fletcher [reviewed by Under The Boardwalk, worducopia, Writing Wrongs]

10 Days:  Anne Frank by David Colbert [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Peeking Between the Pages]

The Terezin Album of Marianka Zadikow edited by Deborah Dwork [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

Terezin: Voices From the Holocaust by Ruth Thomson [reviewed by Reading to Know]

Terrible Things:  An Allegory of the Holocaust by Eve Bunting, illustrated by Stephen Gammell [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources, The Children’s War]

Thanks to My Mother by Schoschana Rabinovici [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Their Finest Hour and a Half by Lissa Evans [reviewed by Fleur in Her World]

Then by Morris Gleitzman [reviewed by The Children’s War, Katrina’s Reads]

Therefore Choose by Keith Oatley [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

They Were Just People:  Stories of Rescue in Poland During the Holocaust by Bill Tammeus and Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn [reviewed by Bookfoolery]

The Thief of Auschwitz by Jon Clinch [reviewed by A Garden Carried in the Pocket, Lit and Life, Luxury Reading, Man of la Book, So Many Precious Books, So Little Time]

The Things We Cherished by Pam Jenoff [reviewed by Books and Movies, Diary of an Eccentric, Rhapsody in Books, S. Krishna’s Books, Under My Apple Tree]

Things Will Never Be the Same by Tomie DePaola [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Those Who Save Us by Jenna Blum [reviewed by Bloggin’ ’bout Books, Books and CooksA Bookworm’s World, Helen’s Book Blog, She Is Too Fond of Books]

The Thread by Victoria Hislop [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Book Dilettante, A Bookish Affair, BookNAround, Drey’s LibraryA Library of My Own, Page Plucker, Unabridged Chick,

A Thread of Grace by Mary Doria Russell [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Becky’s Book Reviews, A Book Blog. Period., Magistra Mater, Scrappy Cat]

The Tie Man’s Miracle: A Chanukah Tale by Steven Schnur and Stephen T. Johnson [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Tiger in the Attic by Edith Milton [reviewed by A Book A Week]

Time Fall by Timothy Ashby [reviewed by Impressions In Ink]

The Time in Between by Maria Duenas [reviewed by The Book Garden, A Bookish Affair, BookNAround, Buried In Print, Fleur in Her World, Kittling: Books, The Lost Entwife, Luxury Reading, Maurice on Books, She Is Too Fond of Books]

Time of Fire by Robert Westall [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Time of Women by Elena Chizhova [reviewed by A Bookish Affair, Diary of an Eccentric]

Time to Go Back by Mabel Esther Allan [reviewed by The Children’s War]

To Bed With Grand Music by Marghanita Laski [reviewed by Reading books, Reading stories, Reading Life]

To Siberia by Per Petterson [reviewed by Page 247]

Tomaree by Debbie Robson [reviewed by Austen Inspired Fan Fiction, Diary of an Eccentric]

Too Jewish by Patty Friedmann [reviewed by Jo-Jo loves to read!!]

Torn Apart: The Internment Diary of Mary Kobayashi by Susan Aihoshi [reviewed by Back to Books, Library of Clean Reads]

To the End of the War by James Jones [reviewed by Savvy Verse & Wit]

Toys Go to War: World War II Military Toys, Games, Puzzles and Books by Jack Matthews [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Train by Georges Simenon [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

A Train in Winter: An Extraordinary Story of Women, Friendship, and Resistance in Occupied France by Caroline Moorehead [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, Books and Movies, Buried in Print, Diary of an Eccentric, Jenny Loves to Read, Luxury Reading, Melody & Words, Reviews by Lola, Savvy Verse & Wit, Take Me Away, Unabridged Chick, Wordsmithonia]

Traitor by Gudrun Pausewang [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Treasures From the Attic:  The Extraordinary Story of Anne Frank’s Family by Mirjam Pressler [reviewed by 5 Minutes for Books]

Tropical Secrets:  Holocaust Refugees in Cuba by Margarita Engle [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The True Story of Hansel and Gretel by Louise Murphy [reviewed by Bloggin’ ’bout Books, Book Addiction, Booking Mama, Book Magic, Books ‘N Border Collies, Bookworm’s Dinner, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

22 Britannia Road by Amanda Hodgkinson [reviewed by A Bookish Affair, Books and Movies, Bookworm Baby, Chrisbookarama, Farm Lane Books, Fleur in Her WorldThe Girl from the Ghetto, Hey Lady! Whatcha Readin’?, I’m Booking It, Impressions In Ink, Linus’s Blanket, Literate Housewife, Luxury Reading, Medieval Bookworm]

Two Generals by Scott Chantler [reviewed by The Book Mine Set]

The Typist by Michael Knight [reviewed by Fresh Ink Books, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

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Unbroken:  A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand [reviewed by At Home With Books, Back to Books, Bibliophile By the Sea, Book Addiction, Book Blab, Book Chatter, Books and Movies, Books on the Brain, Boston Bibliophile, Caribousmom, 5 Minutes for BooksA Garden Carried in the Pocket, Hope is the Word, The Introverted Reader, JUST BOOKS, A Library is the hospital of the mind, Library QueueLife…With Books, Lit and Life, The Lost Entwife, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Magistra Mater, My Head Is Full of Books, Raging Bibliomania, Reading on a Rainy Day, Reading to Know, Semicolon, Southern Girl Reads, Worthwhile Books, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Uncle Misha’s Partisans by Yuri Suhl [reviewed by The Children’s War, Man of la Book]

Uncommon Danger by Eric Ambler [reviewed by A Book Sanctuary]

Under Fire: Children of the Second World War Tell Their Stories edited by Phil Robins [reviewed by Fleur in Her World]

The Underside of Joy by Sere Prince Halverson [reviewed by Purple Sage and Scorpions]

Under the Blood-Red Sun by Graham Salisbury [reviewed by Bloggin’ ’bout Books]

Unforgiving Years by Victor Serge [reviewed by Ready When You Are, C.B.]

Upon the Head of the Goat:  A Childhood in Hungary 1939-1944 by Aranka Siegal [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

V

The Vanished Kingdom: Travels Through the History of Prussia by James Charles Roy [reviewed by Mauriel Joslyn]

V is for Victory: America Remembers World War II by Kathleen Krull [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Velva Jean Learns to Fly by Jennifer Niven [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Veronica by Jane Claypool Miner [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews]

The Very Thought of You by Rosie Alison [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader, The Book Garden, Books in the City, Elle Li, Joy’s Book Blog, Knitting and Sundries, Leafing Through Life, ReadingWorld, Rhapsody in Books, That’s What She Read]

The Victory Garden by Lee Kochenderfer [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Victory (Resistance Book 3) by Carla Jablonski and Leland Purvis [reviewed by Back to Books, The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric]

Villa Triste by Lucretia Grindle [reviewed by Reading to Know]

A Vintage Affair by Isabel Wolff [reviewed by Book girl of Mur-y-Castell]

The Violin of Auschwitz by Maria Angels Anglada [reviewed by Ardent Reader, Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, Diary of an Eccentric, Jo-Jo loves to read!!!, Medieval Bookworm, Mommy’s Reading, Savidge Reads, A Work in Progress]

Violins of Autumn by Amy McAuley [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Visas for Life by Yukiko Sugihara [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

W

Waltzing With the Enemy by Rasia Kliot and Helen Mitsios [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Reading to Know]

War Boy: A Wartime Childhood by Michael Foreman [reviewed by The Children’s War]

War Brides:  The Stories of the Women Who Left Everything Behind to Follow the Men They Loved by Melynda Jarratt [reviewed by The Written World]

War Crimes for the Home by Liz Jensen [reviewed by Reading books, Reading stories, Reading Life]

War Games by Audrey Couloumbis and Akila Couloumbis [reviewed by Tina Says…]

War in Val D’Orcia by Iris Origo [reviewed by A Work in Progress]

A War of Her Own by Sylvia Dickey Smith [reviewed by Mommy’s Reading]

The War of Our Childhood: Memories of World War II by Wolfgang W.E. Samuel [reviewed by Impressions In Ink]

War on the Margins by Libby Cone [reviewed by Amy Reads, Ardent Reader, BCF Book Reviews, Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell, dovegreyreader scribbles, drey’s library, Jules’ Book Reviews, robaroundbooks, 60 Going on 16, Tutu’s Two Cents]

Warriors in the Crossfire by Nancy Bo Flood [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews]

Wartime: Britain 1939-1945 by Juliet Gardiner [reviewed by Shelf Love]

Wartime:  Understanding and Behavior in the Second World War by Paul Fussell [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

Wartime Women:  A Mass Observation Anthology edited by Dorothy Sheridan [reviewed by Booklust, Hannah Stoneham’s Book Blog]

War, Women and the News: How Female Journalists Won the Battle to Cover World War II by Catherine Gourley [reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Wave by Todd Strasser [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Out of the Blue]

We All Wore Stars:  Memories of Anne Frank From Her Classmates by Theo Coster [reviewed by Ardent Reader, At Home With Books, Write Meg!]

We Are on Our Own by Miriam Katin [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, The Book Nest, things mean a lot]

We Band of Angels:  The Untold Story of American Nurses Trapped on Bataan by the Japanese by Elizabeth M. Norman [reviewed by Worthwhile Books (part 1), Worthwhile Books (part 2)]

Weedflower by Cynthia Kadohata [reviewed by Beth Fish Reads, JUST BOOKS]

Welcome to America, Champ! by Catherine Stier, illustrated by Doris Ettlinger [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Welcome to Molly’s World 1944: Growing Up in World War Two America by Catherine Gourley [reviewed by The Children’s War]

We’ll Eat Again:  A Collection of Recipes From the War Years by Marguerite Patten [ reviewed by The Children’s War]

The Welsh Girl by Peter Ho Davies [reviewed by Book girl of Mur-y-Castell, Books and Movies, Musings of a Bookish Kitty]

We Only Know Men:  The Rescue of Jews in France During the Holocaust by Patrick Henry [reviewed by Ardent Reader]

We Were Heroes: The Journal of Scott Pendleton Collins: A World War II Soldier, Normandy, France, 1944 by Walter Dean Myers [reviewed by The Children’s War]

What I Saw and How I Lied by Judy Blundell [reviewed by The Book Muncher, The Infinite Shelf, Missy’s Book Nook, Never Not Reading, Tina Says…, Under The Boardwalk]

What Is Left the Daughter by Howard Norman [reviewed by My Love Affair With Books]

What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder, and Everyday Life in Nazi Germany by Eric A. Johnson and Karl-Heinz Reuband [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric]

What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank:  Stories by Nathan Englander [reviewed by Necromancy Never Pays]

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr [reviewed by The Children’s War, Maw Books Blog]

When My Name Was Keoko by Linda Sue Park [reviewed by The Children’s WarSmall Word Reads, words by annie]

When the Emperor Was Divine by Julie Otsuka [reviewed by A Book A WeekThe Book Nest, Books ‘N Border Collies, Books on the BrainThe Book Worm’s Library, Everyday I Write the Book, Fizzy ThoughtsA Guy’s Moleskine Notebook, Helen’s Book Blog, Page247, SmallWorld Reads, Tina Says…, Whimpulsive]

When We Danced on Water by Evan Fallenberg [reviewed by BookNAround, Debbie’s Book Bag, Diary of an Eccentric, Laura’s Review, Life in Review, Unabridged Chick]

The White Pearl by Kate Furnivall [reviewed by Book Dilettante, Melody’s Reading Corner, Mystica]

The White Rabbit: The Secret Agent the Gestapo Could Not Crack by Bruce Marshall [reviewed by Matt’s Book Blog]

White Ravens by Owen Sheers [reviewed by Fleur in Her World]

Who Was That Masked Man, Anyway? by Avi [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Who Was the Woman Who Wore the Hat? by Nancy Patz [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Why? by Tomie DePaola [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Wild Bill Donovan:  The Spymaster Who Created the OSS and Modern American Espionage by Douglas Waller [reviewed by JUST BOOKS]

Wildflowers of Terezin by Robert Elmer [reviewed by Book Journey]

Willow Run by Patricia Reilly Giff [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Wind Flyers by Angela Johnson, illustrated by Loren Long [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Wings: A Novel of WWII Flygirls by Karl Friedrich [reviewed by A Bookish Affair, Diary of an EccentricThe House of the Seven Tails, Joyfully Retired, Jules’ Book Reviews, Life in Review, Man of la Book, Melody & Words, 2 Kids and Tired Books, Unabridged Chick]

Winston Churchill by John Perry [reviewed by Carpe Libris]

Winston’s War by Michael Dobbs [reviewed by The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader]

Winston’s War: Churchill 1940-1945 by Max Hastings [Semicolon]

Winter: A Berlin Family 1899-1945 by Len Deighton [reviewed by Bitter Tea and Mystery]

Winter in Madrid by C.J. Sansom [reviewed by Elizabeth Willse, A Reader’s Respite]

Winter in Wartime by Jan Terlouw [reviewed by Beauty is a Sleeping Cat, The Children’s War, Diary of an Eccentric, Iris on Books, Man of la Book, Reader in the Wilderness, This That and the Other Thing, A Work in Progress]

Winter Passing by Cindy McCormick Martinusen [reviewed by A Garden of Books]

Wishing Upon a Star: A Tale of the Holocaust and Hope by Eline Hoekstra Dresden [reviewed by Moirae (the fates) book reviews]

With Every Letter by Sarah Sundin [reviewed by 2 Kids and Tired Books]

A Woman in Amber: Healing the Trauma of War and Exile by Agate Nesaule [reviewed by Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

A Woman in Berlin by Anonymous [reviewed by Living in English]

A Woman’s Place by Lynn Austin [reviewed by Under The Boardwalk]

The Woman Who Could Not Forget: Iris Chang Before and Beyond the Rape of Nanking by Ying-Ying Chang [reviewed by The Reading Life]

The Woman Who Heard Color by Kelly Jones [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, 5 Minutes for Books, Pudgy Penguin Perusals, S. Krishna’s Books]

Women Heroes of World War II: 26 Stories of Espionage, Sabotage, Resistance and Rescue by Kathryn J. Atwood [reviewed by Book Babe, The Children’s War, Joyfully Retired, Writing Wrongs]

The Wooden Horse by Eric Williams [reviewed by Worthwhile Books]

Words That Burn Within Me by Hilda Stern Cohen [reviewed by Savvy Verse & Wit]

The World at Night by Alan Furst [reviewed by Shelf Love]

World War II: A Visual History of the World’s Darkest Days by Sean Callery [reviewed by The Children’s War]

World War II Days: Discover the Past With Exciting Projects, Games, Activities, and Recipes by David C. King, illustrated by Cheryl Kirk Noll [reviewed by The Children’s War]

World War II Heroes of Southern Delaware by James Diehl [reviewed by Reading to Know]

World War II London Blitz Diary: A Woman’s Revelations Enduring War and Marriage by Ruby Side Thompson [reviewed by The Bookworm Chronicles]

World War II: On the Home Front by Martin Gitlin [reviewed by The Children’s War]

World War II Pilots: An Interactive History Adventure by Michael Burgan [reviewed by The Children’s War]

Worrals of the W.A.A.F. by W.E. Johns [reviewed by The Children’s War]

X

Y

The Yard Dog by Sheldon Russell [reviewed by Bookworm’s Dinner]

The Year of Goodbyes by Debbie Levy [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, Bloggin’ ’bout Books, Diary of an Eccentric, Savvy Verse & Wit,]

Yellow Star by Jennifer Roy [reviewed by Diary of an Eccentric, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

The Yellow Star: The Legend of King Christian X of Denmark by Carmen Agra Deedy, illustrated by Henri Sorensen [reviewed by A Garden of Books, Never Forget: Holocaust Resources]

Young Hitler by Claus Hart [reviewed by Farm Lane Books]

Z

The Zookeeper’s Wife by Diane Ackerman [reviewed by Age 30+…A Lifetime of Books, Ardent Reader, Bloggin’ ’bout Books, Book Journey, BookNAround, The Book Nest, A Bookshelf Monstrosity, Doolittle’sThe Introverted Reader, Jeanette’s Books, Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity, Page After Page, Puss Reboots, Reading books, Reading stories, Reading LifeSophisticated Dorkiness, Under The Boardwalk, You’ve GOTTA read this!]

Zoo Station by David Downing [reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews, Impressions In Ink, Musings of a Bookish Kitty, Ready When You Are, C.B.]

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