Review: THE BUTTERFLY AND THE VIOLIN [and] A SPARROW IN TEREZIN / Kristy Cambron

The butterfly and the violin, / by Kristy Cambron (A Hidden Masterpiece Novel)
Zondervan          ISBN 9781401690595

A sparrow in Terezin, / by Kristy Cambron (A Hidden Masterpiece Novel)
Zondervan     ISBN 9781401690618
Adult     Rating:     5

butterfly and violin sparrow in terezin

Kristy Cambron presents two World War II historical novels with alternating points of view.

In The Butterfly and the Violin, a contemporary woman and high-ranking Nazi officer’s daughter are connected to a painting.

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The Butterfly and the Violin is a juxtaposition of Adele’s life in Auschwitz and Sera’s contemporary life. Although Adele and Sera are separated by decades, both suffer from heartbreak and broken dreams until they find God’s peace.

In A Sparrow in Terezin, the art dealer shares a connection with an imprisoned Polish reporter in Terezin.

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Cambron weaves the multiple plot lines and characters expertly. Both character and plot development are intricate and complex.

Kudos to the author of  this debut novel and its sequel!

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One response to “Review: THE BUTTERFLY AND THE VIOLIN [and] A SPARROW IN TEREZIN / Kristy Cambron

  1. Kathie Thompson

    I’m jealous! I have read a grand total of ONE book for fun this summer! ONE, mind you! Never, ever have I had a period of two months go by that I’ve read so little!

    UGH!