Many books highlight the efforts of underground freedom fighters during WWII, but this audiobook stands out for its focus on young Jewish women in Poland who banded together to aid the resistance and sabotage the Nazi war effort. The result is riveting and benefits from the narration of Mozhan Marno, whose smooth and light delivery complements Batalion's meticulously researched and artfully written work. The story moves from one tense moment to another and flows because of Marno's delivery, particularly her ability to transform intense dialogue into memorable moments. Perhaps Marno's best attribute is her use of inflection and tone during situations when the women, whose efforts were often unknown and unheralded, faced and confronted and outsmarted their Nazi oppressors. D.J.S. © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 2021]
Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2021
DD ISBN 9780063015623 $29.99
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