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Wolfsangel by Liza Perrat


Wolfsangel is a haunting fictional story based on the real-life tragedy of the WWII massacre of Oradour-sur-Glane. It was slightly slow-going in the beginning (due to setting up and getting to know everyone) but by the time I was halfway through the book I couldn't put it down and read obsessively until it was finished. 

This book is set in a tiny French town that is being occupied by Germans, and by reading this book we learn to love players on both sides of the war. I sympathized with the French farmer who only wants to sell his crops to his neighbors and make a living, as well as the German soldier who worries about his family's safety back home.

I think the author did a great job of showing the many viewpoints of war- the good and the bad.This was also quite an emotional roller coaster and it was frustrating when certain relationships or situations didn't pan out the way that I wanted them to, but that's life. I was super excited to find out that there are two more books set in this world and I really hope I get to read them soon.

4/5 Stars

Bonaventure Cemetery

Bonaventure Cemetery is the most beautiful place I have ever been to and definitely the most beautiful cemetery. It is nestled just outside of Savannah in thousands of huge trees covered in Spanish moss. It's a place to go to let your heart exhale.

A poet from Savannah who watched his parents die in a murder-suicide.

Interesting how neither of them have died yet. Also the first I have seen where the man is listed as the husband of someone rather than the opposite.

Not a bad forever view.

The headstones didn't have any other information on them.

Dream font.

Baby got barnacles.

Natural light *heart eyes*

The creepiest ever.