It is 1938 in Germany, and we meet Hanna, Tilde, and Klara.
Hanna has been sent to live with her wealthy aunt and uncle in Berlin with the sole purpose of having Hanna marry a high-ranking German officer and raise their status as well.
Tilde is a Jewish seamstress trying to stay safe during this time of turmoil and was friends with both Hanna and Klara.
Klara was a wealthy German woman but one who secretly helped her Jewish friends and others.
Alternating chapters tell us of Hanna’s and Tilde’s life - one whose life had advantages and one who was living in fear.
You will feel the pain both women are feeling and for different reasons...one because she had to be a cruel German officer's wife and one because she and her baby had to hide and keep under the radar.
Klara was good to both women.
THE SCHOOL FOR GERMAN BRIDES is excellently written and a book that will draw you in because of how well the author portrays the three main characters, their plights, and their strength.
THE SCHOOL FOR GERMAN BRIDES is a book you will be anxious to get back to and will love. 5/5
This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley for an honest review.
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