I loved this book in the sense that I empathized with those imprisoned in the camps so much that I could not sleep at night. I was stressed the entire time I was reading the book. The translation was beautifully done. While the book is historical faction. The author tried to get all aspects of the story as accurate as possible using various historical analysis’ and journalistic techniques. I highly recommend this read.
Reading this book was difficult and easy at the same time. It painted such vivid images of the inhumanities of such a dark time in history, you want to close your eyes to it all. Yet, you can't help but want to find out what will happen next. It is truly a book that will capture you from start to finish. The end gives you so much hope, it will make you smile.
This book was different for me in the sense that while I was reading, I was interested in the story, but if I put the book down, I did not want to eagerly pick it up and continue reading. This was not my favorite book by Stiefvater, but rather one of my least favorites.
Ms. Lahey All the Crooked Saints was not my most favorite of Maggie Stiefvater's books, but I enjoyed it anyway. It was the kind of read that took time to settle into, and once I did it was an enjoyable ride.