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The Wartime Book Club: a gripping and heart-warming new story of love, bravery and resistance in WW2, inspired by a true story

Kate Thompson

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Second World War fiction, Historical fiction

Jersey, 1943. When the German Army invades the tranquil island, librarian Grace La Motee is determined to keep her services running. Ordered to destroy books which threaten the Nazi regime, she refuses, instead hiding them away and fighting back by forming a book club: a lifeline to help islanders escape the terror of war, one chapter at a time.

But soon Grace's quiet acts of bravery become even more perilous. She's harbouring dangerous secrets - ones that put her life in danger - and when tensions turn to violence, she is forced to face the true, terrible cost of resistance . . .

Based on astonishing real events, The Wartime Book Club is a love letter to the power of books in the darkest of times - as well as a moving page-turner that brings to life the remarkable, untold story of an island at war.

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Kate Thompson

Kate Thompson is the author of THIN AIR, DOWN AMONG THE GODS and has written the SWITCHERS trilogy for children. Originally from Yorkshire, she has lived in the west of Ireland for many years.

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