Tag Archives: World War II fiction

All the Light There Was

“In writing All the Light There Was, I wasn’t interested in outsized heroism; I was interested in small defiant acts that make dignity and integrity possible in the face of a brutal occupation. It was a time when there was … Continue reading

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The English Air

The English Air by D.E. Stevenson My rating: 4 of 5 stars Character-driven rather than plot driven (the plot often moves slowly), there are many things to like in this novel of pre-and-during-WW2 England. The main character, Franz Heiden, has … Continue reading

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