Lilac Girls is a novel told in the first person by three different women who experience WWII in three different ways. Caroline Ferriday, a socialite living in New York who volunteers her time at the French Consulate; Kasia Kuzmerick, a teenager in Poland who ends up in Ravensbruck, a German concentration camp; and Herta Oberheuser, a young German doctor at Ravensbruck. The chapters in the novel alternate between the characters, telling the events of the war and what their lives are like . I found this novel to be interesting and informative, learning more about what went on in the concentration camps than I had previously known. The resilience of the characters makes this a great read. I would recommend Lilac Girls for anyone who enjoys historical fiction.