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Remember the Lilies

Remember the Lilies

By Liz Tolsma
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.96 Stars

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On 5/2 Hanna Lei wrote: I loved the two previous books in this series, so I was super excited to read the latest installment of Tolsma's WWII novels. I was particularly interested to read this because I had never read a book set in a Japanese internment camp in the Philippines. I looked forward to learning a little bit about ... Remember the Lilies

Hanna 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/12 Holley Perry wrote: I’m going to do something that I rarely do – write a review of something that I don’t like. It’s not that I hate the book. It’s not that it wasn’t well-written. It really was. The book just missed the mark, as far as character development. Remember the Lilies could have been a really great ... This is Not the Book I was looking for

Holley's Rating:

2 Stars

On 4/23 Rachel Carpenter wrote: Remember the Lilies tells the story of a wealthy ladies man (Rand) and a missionary woman (Irene) living in an internment camp during WWII. The Japanese soldiers are merciless and their struggle to survive is a persistent factor in every aspect. Rand, tries to escape and fails, all because Irene didn’t ... Reading Shouldn't be this Difficult

Rachel's Rating:

1 Stars

On 4/1 Bethany Ward wrote: I've been a big fan of Liz Tolsma's previous two novels, and was very excited for the release of her newest novel, Remember the Lilies! While it wasn't my favorite of her novels, I still really enjoyed this sweet war time novel, and would highly recommend it! Liz Tolsma just has a way with war-time ... Remember the Lilies by Liz Tolsma Book Review

Bethany's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/29 Theresa C Shell wrote: After reading Liz Tolsma’s previous two WWII fictions, I had been looking forward to this one, and was not disappointed. This one is set in the Santo Tomas Internment Camp in Manila, Philippines under the rule of the Japanese. Rand Sterling was a wealthy American club owner, but now is in the camp ... Vivid History with Light Romance, and a Hopeful Message

Theresa C Shell's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/23 Martha Artyomenko wrote: I had previously read Liz Tolsma’s WW2 books, and have been looking forward to reading this one as well. I believe I looked forward to it more after having the privilege of meeting her this last fall. This is an unusual story, much like her other stories, it does not follow the traditional WW2 storyline. ... Remember the Lilies

Martha's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/23 Jenuine Cupcakes wrote: This was my first Liz Tolsma book, and while I'm not a huge fan of war stories or even historical fiction, I enjoyed it. (The cover is what originally captured my attention.) Well-written and beautifully told, I liked how the elements of faith and love were woven throughout the story. The torture was ... Well-written, beautifully told, hopeful.

Jenuine Cupcakes' Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/22 ChooseWisely wrote: Remember the Lilies is a WWII Historical Fiction novel written by Liz Tolsma. This is my very first time reading one of her titles and I was excited to delve into the drama of an interment camp in the Philippines. Remember the Lilies is definitely a love story, between the lovely Irene and Rand who has ... Dense, but Enjoyable

ChooseWisely's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/22 mmbear wrote: This story is just as good as the one called Snow on the Tulips that I reviewed a little while back. The same author that wrote that one, also wrote this one. She can definitely write some of the most romantic love stories in the middle of a war better than anyone else I can think of right now. Irene ... Remember the Lilies Book Review

mmbear's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/21 Stephanie Dunsdon wrote: How will two very different people find love -and survive the impossible circumstances of war?In 1941 Rand Sterling was a wealthy, womanizing club ownerand an American of note among ex-pats and locals alike.Now two years later, Rand is just another civilian prisoner of war -one whose planned escape from ... Remember The Lilies - Book Review

Stephanie's Rating:

5 Stars