Sisters of Night and Fog

by Erika Robuck
An engaging story based on two real-life brave women who contributed extraordinarily to fighting the Nazis in WWII. Highly recommend for historical fiction fans. Sisters of Night and Fog by Erika Robuck #historical fiction, # womens fiction, #reading, #books to read, #books

Discussion Questions

1. Who do you align with more-Violette or Virginia-and why? In what ways are the women most different, and what common threads do they share?

2. What did each woman have to overcome before she became a part of the Resistance? During? After?

3. Discuss how Virginia and Philippe both complemented and challenged each other.

4. Discuss how Violette and the men she loved-Etienne and Henri-complemented and challenged each other.

5. Do you think Virginia should have gotten involved earlier in the Resistance? Why or why not?

6. Do you think Violette should have gone on her missions to France? Why or why not?

7. Do you think you would have joined the Resistance in some capacity?

8. Both women had to weigh their family ties and responsibilities when deciding to become involved in Resistance work. How would those factors affect your decision if you were in their places?

9. Would you have worked in the munitions factory at Torgau?

10. Discuss the lowest moments for each woman in the book. Discuss the most triumphant.

11. What aspects of the book will resonate longest with you?

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