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9 WWII Novels Beyond Europe's Shores

By Erin Flaaen | Off the Shelf With readers around the world embracing novels like Gone to Soldiers, The Nightingale, and Everyone Brave Is Forgiven, it's clear that I'm not the only one who loves stunning and beautiful World War II fiction. Several months ago, I read All the Light We Cannot See by Marge Piercy and fell in love with its unique kaleidoscopic perspectives on the war.
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