The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah | A 15-minute summary and analysis
The Nightingale takes listeners into the world of German-occupied France during WWII. Set against the backdrop of war, the author explores the themes of love, family, and survival. The story unfolds in two sometimes intersecting plot lines - those of sisters Vianne Mauriac and Isabelle Rossignol - and follows their experiences during the war. The two women view and react to the war in very different ways but ultimately are united by their shared commitment to family and the will to live. The book explores the difficult choices both women are forced to make time and time again as the war continues to devastate France.
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