The Lost Wife

The Lost Wife

by Alyson Richman

Judy Stanton (10/08/12): Yes, it is another Holocaust survivor book, but it still got to me. Couldn't help crying at the end, even reading it while flying in an airplane. Even though the first chapter tells you what happens up front. I think Alyson Richman did an enviable job of telling this story of lost loves, both familial and romantic, as well as making the reader feel the impact of life in Nazi controlled camps. The Author's Note explains the research she did to bring actual events to life in the story; so, in a sense, it is historical fiction. It is a quick read, and because you know how it ends up front, you are anxious to learn how it reaches that point. Well done, a good read.
Rating: ****

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