Review Request: Savaged Lands

Savaged LandsAbout the Novel:

Savaged Lands is a story of war and betrayal, of love and forgiveness. It is September 1941 and Hitler’s Army Group South has occupied Kiev. A young Soviet girl named Natasha falls in love with Mark, a Hungarian soldier of Russian descent. Trapped on opposing sides of a brutal conflict, they are forced to keep secrets from everyone they love. With everything stacked against them and nothing to hope for, the two characters are compelled to fight for their love and their very survival.

Purchase here: https://www.amazon.com/Savaged-Lands-Lana-Kortchik-ebook/dp/B01ADEAW78/


222366_5668946490_660761490_272517_4958_nAbout the Author:

Lana Kortchik grew up in two opposite corners of the Soviet Union – a snow-white Siberian town and the golden-domed Ukrainian capital. At the age of sixteen, she moved to Australia with her mother. Lana and her husband live in Sydney, where it never snows and is always summer-warm, even in winter. She loves books, martial arts, the ocean and Napoleonic history.
Lana’s favourite authors are Alexandre Dumas and Jules Verne. She started writing when she was at University and since then her short stories have appeared in many magazines and anthologies. She was the winner of Historical Novel Society Autumn 2012 Short Fiction competition and the runner-up of 2013 Defenestrationism Short Story Contest. Her first novel, Savaged Lands, has been published by Endeavour Press and is available on Amazon.
Twitter: @lanakortchik

Review:

five star blog
I am a big fan of Holocaust/WWII Europe era novels, as many of you know. This was a first for me, as I had not read anything about the Nazi occupation of Kiev, and parts of the Soviet Union, in a fictional sense.
Once I started reading Savaged Lands, I was hooked. Natasha’s life was fraught with uncertainty, and yet, she still clung to the hope the German occupation would end. Miss Kortchik takes the reader on a whirlwind journey, full of emotions; loss, love, and faith, in this well-researched novel. I really don’t want to say more, but this is certainly not a novel to miss for historical fiction/romance fans.
I received a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.
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