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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Girl in the Blue Coat by Monica Hesse

Reviewed By: A.S.

This book is about a girl named Hannake living in Amsterdam during WWII. She is a smuggler and "finds" things for her costumers like makeup, coffee, and food that weren't available during that time. After being given a mission to find a missing Jewish girl, a mystery sparks in the novel for Hannake to try and find the girl before the Nazis do. This is a great mystery and historical fiction. It is a book that really deserves to be read by everyone!

Why I Picked It Up: I honestly picked this book up because my mom randomly bought it at book store.

Why I Finished It: I finished this book because it was actually pretty interesting. I enjoy historical fiction books and this one really seemed to be interesting. The voice of Hanna really seems to be coming from teenager in WWII.

I’d Give This Book To: I would recommend it to people who enjoy mystery books, as well as historical fiction. I would also recommend it to anyone who wants a book to read.

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