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Sharon Cameron (1) (1970–)

Autor(a) de The Forgetting

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About the Author

Sharon Cameron was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. She started out working several different jobs such as: a classical piano teacher, part-time genealogist, chair of a non-profit for a local theater group and a coordinator of the Society of Children's Book Writer's and Illustrator's mostrar mais Midsouth Conference. She soon found her passion for writing and now writes full-time. She made The New York Times Best Seller's List in 2016 with her title, "The Forgetting". (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos
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Obras por Sharon Cameron

The Forgetting (2016) 725 exemplares
Rook (2015) 575 exemplares
The Dark Unwinding (2012) — Autor — 534 exemplares
The Light in Hidden Places (2020) 442 exemplares
The Knowing (2017) 283 exemplares
Bluebird (2021) 215 exemplares
A Spark Unseen (2013) 139 exemplares


Conhecimento Comum

Data de nascimento
Locais de residência
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
piano teacher
Prémios e menções honrosas
Sue Alexander Most Promising New Work (2009)



I enjoyed this book although I was not overly fond of the audio. The narration was just too dramatic for me.

4 Stars

Content: all the typical content of WWII books (although most isn't super detailed)
libraryofemma | 16 outras críticas | Apr 18, 2024 |
3.5 stars
VanessaMarieBooks | 26 outras críticas | Dec 10, 2023 |
Representation: N/A?
Trigger warnings: War themes, World War Two, fire, blood depiction, antisemitism, gun and military violence
Score: Seven points out of ten.
This review can also be found on The StoryGraph.

So. It's not clear why I decided to hold this book off for so long, putting delay after delay, but now only a few days ago, I picked it up, cracked it open, and read this. I have a statement though, historical books tend to be a hit or miss, since the last outstanding ones were I Must Betray You and Words on Fire. I read those months ago. But! Afterwards, I read a string of dissatisfying books so I desperately wanted an enjoyable one. This was it. On the plus side, it's based on a true story during World War II. It starts with the main character Stefania Podgórska, or Stefania for short, and she lives in Poland during the war, I wouldn't want to live in that time considering the circumstances, I noticed the book had a unique attribute going for it, it sometimes can jump from time to time, making this book non-linear. Stefania sometimes uses pseudoynms or false names like Fusia but for simplicity's sake, I'll still call her Stefania, now that I said that she is working for another family called the Diamants even though they are Jewish, and she is Catholic. Not many pages afterwards, the Germans arrive and occupy the town of Przemysl leaving Stefania and her sister Helena by themselves, and the way the author wrote this was immersive and compelling, no wonder this got a Western Australian Young Readers' Book Award this year, unfortunately this is the only book from this author my library has so I can't read any more books from her yet, if they do get more books from her, I'd gladly read them. From this point on, Stefania must make some choices for herself, so first she hides a Jew from the Germans inside her attic (because of reasons...) then she hides twelve more, I never felt at ease when reading this since the author wrote this with so much suspense and tension, and Stefania shared my feelings since she was also living uneasily which led up to the climax and I won't spoil it but it's not anticlimactic (I'm looking at you, fizzling out books...) and it's also a high note. Wow.… (mais)
Law_Books600 | 16 outras críticas | Nov 3, 2023 |
Powerful historical novel about a true CIA project that was/is cruel.
JRobinW | 9 outras críticas | Jun 22, 2023 |



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