I loved this book because it tells 3 very different perspectives in World War II. There is the story of an American woman (based on a true story) who sends food and other necessities to France and becomes involved with trying to help people get to America. There is the story of a Jewish girl sent to Ravensbruck, a concentration camp for women, struggling to hold onto any hope. Lastly, there is the story of a female SS doctor stationed at Ravensbruck treating and experimenting on Jews. Based in parts on a true story, these three girls become connected during this tale of loss and hope in World War II.
The lives of three women converge at the Ravensbruck concentration camp as Caroline Ferriday resolves to help from her post at the French consulate, Kasia Kuzmerick becomes a courier in the Polish resistance, and Herta Oberheuser takes a German government medical position.