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Tying The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah To The Happenings In The World Now

I recently finished The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. Was really debating on whether or not I wanted to do a blog review/reflection on it but decided to it after all. I figured this book touches on the most fatalist war in history with over 70 millions deaths. I knew it would be a touchy subject for everyone but there’s some memories that have to be revisited now and then. That’s how I feel anyways. The book follows two sisters, Vianne and Isabelle who had a tragic childhood, death of their mother, abandonment of their father, and not ever learning what love or being wanted really felt like. Vianne is the more fortunate of both sisters for the first quarter of the book whereas Isabelle has the less fortunate of fate. I loved the writing style, definitely reminded me a lot of My Dear Hamiltonby Stephanie Dray and Laura Kaye. The book is doomed to be a tragic story and boy was it. I felt like I was right there next to Vianne and Isabelle for every moment in the novel, witnessing the ho…

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