Until that Distant Day by Jill Stengl

I enjoyed reading this book and learning about the history of France during this time.  I was unaware of all the turmoil that had gone on during that time and this book gave me an interesting point of view.  Colette finds herself on the opposite side of the uprising as her brother and she has to work at keeping things together and standing up for what she believes is right.  Her brother tries to get her to leave her job and join him in the uprisings, but she remains committed to her employer and turns her brother down.
This book gives you insight of what went on during the day and kept me reading to see what would happen next. I would recommend this book for not only the story, but for the details as well.
I received this book free to review.

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