It's been a while since I read a historical fiction book and I was excited to jump back in with The Rose Code because I had received so many positive reviews from friends.
I literally cried every time I opened this book to read. Not sure if it's my pregnancy hormones or the deep love Elsa has for her children that is palpable through Hannah's writing but my goodness, this story was heartbreakingly beautiful. Click here to continue reading my review of The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah.
Overall, I most enjoyed hearing the perspective from French wine country during WWII. Even though this book is fiction and the characters are made up, there was still quite a few real facts and events depicted throughout. As someone who loves historical fiction, specifically the WWII era, I sometimes forget the part France played in the war so this was a nice change. Click in to continue reading my review!
I thought it would be fun to do a roundup of all the books I posted in 2020 and list them in order by my ranking. If there was a tie, I ordered them how I would recommend them. Hopefully this helps narrow things down if you're looking for a good read in 2021. Continue reading to find out what my favorite book of 2020 was!