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The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
It was difficult to live in "the time of the Nazis". All Jewish men, women and children who were born outside of France were taken away to either Concentration Camps or to work under Hitler's orders. Isabelle Rossignal decides this to be too much for her or anyone to handle- and so, she shall fight. Unfortunately, no one will help her. Isabelle is known to be the definition of "defenseless." Even her beloved sister, Vianne, believes the same. And yet, this will not stop Isabelle- not when she has met Gaëtan. Isabelle believed Gaëtan to be her special person, but nothing can be trusted.
Gaëtan's betrayal leads Isabelle to a new life- a life of the Nightingale. She joins a secret revolution to stop Hitler, or at least stall his work. In order to do so, Isabelle risked her life too many times to count and she did so with no regrets nor fears. She earned a new name, a new life, a new job, a new purpose. Within herself, a shattered heart is in the midst of fixing- one that only Gaëtan can seem to fix. But when Isabelle finally gets to see her love, he seems to do nothing but ignore her. Isabelle begins to become more careless and reckless, insecurities clouding her thoughts.
All because of Gaëtan. And he doesn't even know. He doesn't know all the danger that the Nightingale is really in- the danger that Isabelle is in.
Barnes & Nobles: 4.5/5
The Nightingale was incredible book that twisted together love, history and adventure. I loved that Isabelle was the protagonist but she wasn't abnormally strong or something like that. It may seem confusing, but it was a great read and it made me want to hold onto the book for dear life.
I would also like to add that the summary was all my own word- I apologize if it had a lot of similarities to any other summary out there but I did type that summary all on my own in memo notes as well as the review.