The Space Between Words by Michèle Phoenix

My review of The Space Between Words by Michèle Phoenix

Thomas Nelson

When I reaThe space between wordsd historical fiction, I want to be transported to the place. The Space Between Words by Michèle Phoenix did that for me. While one might think that a setting of modern-day Paris a few years ago is not historical enough, they would be wrong. History is made each day. With each terrorist attack, the last recedes in history a little.

The Paris attack of 2015 is roughly the basis for the modern-day aspects of this book. The France of 1695 is certainly historical enough. Persecution of the Huguenots is not a well-known subject. The author does a very good job of weaving the events of 1695 and 2015 into a thought-provoking tale.

I would recommend this book. I received a free copy of the book from NetGalley and Thomas Nelson-Fiction in exchange for my honest review. Thank you.

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