Saving Amelie is set in Nazi Germany. We follow Rachel, who is raised in eugenics as she learns the truth of her family and the lies about the research her father had told her was admirable. The American reporter Jason Young is interested in her romantically, but for much of the book they have far more pressing things to worry about than their own feelings. It is a story of survival, family, faith, and realization.
The ugliness of the time period can make it somewhat uncomfortable to read, as this is an unusual point-of-view being given to the situation, but ultimately a compelling story.
I received this book for free from Tyndale House Publishers in exchange for an honest review.
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