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Flu Review - Daughters of the Occupation by Shelly Sanders

Daughters of the Occupation was a beautiful and haunting book. This is not a story for the faint of heart, as it depicts graphic scenes of the holocaust in Latvia, but it is a story that needs to be told and needs to be read. As time marches forward, the survivors of the Holocaust diminish, and it is important that we, as humanity, remember their lives. While Daughters of the Occupation is a fictional narrative, the people who lived, died, and survived through that time were very real. Through these stories, we can learn about history that governments have tried to suppress and rewrite, and hopefully, through their stories we can keep this history from repeating.

This is a story that I think people should pick up and read, and I know that our historical fiction lovers will grab this book when it is available. Miriam's story could easily become any of our stories if we allow governments to take away our human rights, or the rights of others.

By Erica

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