The Italian Villa - Book Review

The Italian Villa - Book Review - Incredible Opinions

Thank you Netgalley and Bookouture to provide me with a free advanced copy in exchange of an honest review. This is my first book by Daniela Sacerdoti.

There are many books written on holocaust and WWII. The Italian Villa offers a story which is touching and emotional. The story is about 21 year-old Callie who learns about her real parents being the adoptive ones and is searching truth about her real biological mother. Her search lands her up in the town of Montevino, Italy. The revelation of her real mother not only offers her family home but her future as well.

The Italian Villa  ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Genre: Historical Fiction, Fiction, Romance
Author: Daniela Sacerdoti
Publisher: Bookouture

I absolutely adored this book and was able to finish it in just one sitting, simply unputdownable. It is not a huge book, just under 300 pages but don’t let the size of the book fool you, it is absolutely spellbinding and leaves the reader with the thought of finding light in the darkest of the situations.

Daniela described the beauty of Italian villa, towns, city centres, woods and cuisines immaculately without overdoing it. I actually felt like roaming in the city of Montevino and eating pasta. The two timelines are blended nicely and answer the reader’s questions progressively.

If you are a fan of historical fiction, look no further than “The Italian Villa. Highly recommended.