Reviews: THE JEWISH HUSBAND by Lia Levi

A couple of our participants read The Jewish Husband by Lia Levi for the WWII reading challenge.  Here are excerpts from their reviews; click the links to read their complete thoughts.

Lorri from Jew Wishes says:

There isn’t much written about fascism in Italy, and Levi puts a distinct face on the subject. She gives the reader much to ponder regarding the oppression of the Jews, within the confines of the Italian ghettos and within Italian society as a whole. She writes with clarity and cognizance regarding the daily restrictions placed upon the Jews in Italy during the fascist regime.

Becky from Becky’s Book Reviews says:

This was his story of how the war interfered with his life, his marriage. A boy meets girl story with obstacles on a larger scale.

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