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Wednesday, 2 November 2016
Pearl Harbor and More: Stories of WWII: December 1941
Reviewer: Liza Perrat, author of Spirit of Lost Angels, Wolfsangel and Blood Rose Angel
What we thought: Taking its title from the attack on Pearl Harbour on December 7th, 1941 pivotal event that changed the face of WWII, these eight short stories are as diverse as the eight contributing authors hailing from all over the globe, each one a war-time fiction author.
All so different –– set in Pearl Harbour, other parts of the USA, Singapore and Europe –– each one is enjoyable and engaging in its own way. The authors evoke a vision of the war from many different points of view: soldiers, women, Jews, French, and Japanese Americans, amongst others.
My particular favourite was The List by Vanessa Couchman, which has great potential to be expanded into an intriguing novel. But I would highly recommend all the stories in Pearl Harbor and More to lovers of historical fiction tales, notably WWII.
I received a free copy of this book from the authors.
You’ll like this if you enjoy: diverse stories against a backdrop of WWII
Avoid if you don’t like: Wartime Historical Fiction
Ideal accompaniments: NOTHING Ersatz!
Genre: Historical Fiction - Short Story Collection
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