Sarah Sundin’s Best Story Yet – Guest Review by Hayley

A book set during the WWII time period is something I am regularly drawn toward.  The stories are often very compelling, and none more so than “Until Leaves Fall in Paris”.  

This is the 8th book I’ve read by Sarah Sundin, and I think it might be her best.  It was, of course, a WWII novel, but it incorporated some smaller, maybe lesser known aspects of this time period.  I learned a lot of real-life history from reading this book, but it was still very enjoyable as a novel because the fictional story and characters were so compelling.

Speaking of the story, it was very unique.  There are a lot of different aspects to it, such as ballet, an automobile factory, a bookstore, and much more.  In my opinion, it would make a fantastic movie, especially because some of the escape scenes really get your heart racing!  I wouldn’t recommend reading those parts right before going to bed… like I did!  It was quite unpredictable with some twists and turns that I truly did not see coming.

All in all, Sarah Sundin has written another amazing book.  If you like books set in this time period, I definitely recommend “Until Leaves Fall in Paris.  It is one of the best WWII books I have read in quite some time.

“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.”

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