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The Whispers of War The Start Of World War II Looms Over Three Friends Who Struggle To Remain Loyal As One Of Them Is Threatened With Internment By The British Government, From The Author Of The Sweeping, Stirring Kristin Harmel, Internationally Bestselling Author Of The Room On Rue Am Lie The Light Over London In August Of , As Britain Watches The Headlines In Fear Of Another Devastating War With Germany, Three Childhood Friends Must Choose Between Friendship Or Country Erstwhile Socialite Nora Is Determined To Find Her Place In The Home Office S Air Raid Precautions Department, Matchmaker Hazel Tries To Mask Two Closely Guarded Secrets With Irrepressible Optimism, And German Expat Marie Worries That She And Her Family Might Face Imprisonment In An Internment Camp If War Is Declared When Germany Invades Poland And Tensions On The Home Front Rise, Marie Is Labeled An Enemy Alien, And The Three Friends Find Themselves Fighting Together To Keep Her Free At Any Cost Featuring Julia Kelly S Signature Intricate, Tender, And Convincing Publishers Weekly Prose, The Whispers Of War Is A Moving And Unforgettable Tale Of The Power Of Friendship And Womanhood In The Midst Of Conflict



10 thoughts on “The Whispers of War

  1. says:

    Historical fiction is my favorite genre so when I saw that this book discussed internment camps in England during WWII I was very interested I have read extensively about internment camps in the United States but didn t know that they existed in England.The story takes place in the present and past In the present we meet Samantha who has come to England from Chicago to meet her grandmother s great friend Nora In her grandmoth


  2. says:

    The title explains the book it is quite literally chatter about the war There is a lot of dialogue and conversation among the three friends about war coming There is nothing militaristic except a few mentions of a blackout, and the details of the Jews suffering is negated The synopsis mentions internment camps But again the internment camps is only chatter among the friends and it never goes beyond their conversation The plot its


  3. says:

    This was a pretty easy and straight forward read for me I read, Julia Kelly s last novel, The Light Over London and enjoyed it very much This one had a nice and interesting premise but fell a little flat for me.I liked that there were 3 strong women in the story Their friendship was honest and true The story had a dual timeline with past and present In the present Samantha s Grandmother has died and she needs to travel back to Englan


  4. says:

    Reading this novel was both enjoyable and educational The story of three devoted friends in WWII London and their trials and hardships during those turbulent years Marie, Nora and Hazel are faced with the issues of being women during a time when women were considered inferior and incompetent Coupled with this was the extraordinary way in which German aliens were treated during the war I had no idea that England had internment camps, simi


  5. says:

    Wow I m speechless as to how amazing this book is Upon the death of her grandmother, MarieSamantha is given not only the task of presenting her eulogy but returning a precious keepsake to one of her grandmothers oldest and best friends As with many people who were affected by World War 2, Marie kept much of it from her family She would occasionally tell Samantha to ask her about the war sometime but life always prevented Samantha from doing


  6. says:

    This book was refreshing in a sea of much WWII fiction At its heart, it is the story of friendship In this case, three women who became each other s family and whose devotion is tested in a world changing through war and new roles for women Heartwarming and compelling, it lifts the reader to a place of beauty and joy even as the shadows of impending war threaten to shatter life as they know it New love, family secrets, and national loyalties sha


  7. says:

    A story of exquisite tenderness, The Whispers of War beautifully captures just how precious female friendship can be, and shines a light onto an important but less well known aspect of war Add to that rich historical detail and a cast of engaging characters and you have a must read for all historical fiction fans.


  8. says:

    THE WHISPERS OF WARThis was a nice enjoyable book It is the story of three young women Nora, Marie, and Hazel living in England during WWII They have been friends ever since rooming together during boarding school We come to learn of their lives and loves through Marie s granddaughter Samantha who, in the present day, is writing her grandmother s eulogy after her recent passing at the age of 103.All three women are strong and independent They have caree


  9. says:

    5 Thank you NetGalley, Gallery Books and Julia Kelly for an advanced copy I truly am inspired with each new book by Julia Kelly She always draws you in with the main characters and I feel like I am right there in the moment experiencing what they are The main characters are three best friends who meet during school They have a bond at a very young age As Britain starts to feel the affects of World War II, the friends find themselves in unique situations as


  10. says:

    The Whispers of War is a dual timeline story that examines the daily struggles of three friends during WWII The bond of friendship is quite moving each very different woman sacrificing their identities to preserve the ties that bind In a time of war, sides are divided The Aliens Restriction Act is looming in the minds of England s citizens Public opinion is highly in favor of securing her borders Reminiscent of today s illegal citizen issues, I found th


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About the Author: Julia Kelly

Julia Kelly is the award winning author of books about ordinary women and their extraordinary stories In addition to writing, she s been an Emmy nominated producer, journalist, marketing professional, and for one summer a tea waitress Julia called Los Angeles, Iowa, and New York City home before settling in London Readers can visit JuliaKellyWrites.com to learn about all of her books and