The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir

 

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***PDL’s Rating: 5 ‘Delightful’ Punches (Loved)***

I never thought I would describe a historical fiction set during WWII as a charming read but it truly was delightful from the beginning to the end. This book was written through letters, journal and articles entries in which had maximized my reading experience with this splendid story.

Each character was extremely unique in their own way; I found myself wanting to know them all on a deeper level (not that you wouldn’t already, but I am a bit greedy for good things). The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir gave me the same vibe as The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society as I hesitate to admit this but TCLC won me over completely.

This book gives you hope through all the chaos of the world.

Music takes us out of ourselves, away from our worries and tragedies, helps us look into a different world, a bigger picture.

I highly recommend this book to all historical fiction lovers that want a happier tune when reading a book that is set during the most devastating time. I am looking forward to more by this author.

I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.

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