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A Question of Loyalty

(Questions of War #3)

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Published (first published 2019)
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Victoria Lynn
Mar 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I can't even.
I just cannot even
I have lost the ability to even.
RTC upon publication.
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Sarah Grace Grzy
*happy sigh* Well, that was so emotional, and sad and heartbreaking, and beautiful, and lovely and amazing and just AHH! <3333

Real review to come after publication.

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An epic conclusion to the Questions of War series! I think this one might be Wheaton’s best yet. A lot of difficult subjects are tackled in A Question of Loyalty, and the author does so with a great deal of thought, heart, and delicacy.

From A Question of Honor, we all knew Micah needed his own book--and now he finally
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Rebekah Morris
Mar 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
I’ll admit that I started reading this book with a slight sense of trepidation. I mean I knew this author wouldn’t include language or intimate scenes, but I’m not that big of a WWII fan when the story deals with Nazis. However, I was going to read it because I’d read the other two books, and I wanted to finish the series.

To my delight, the story focused more on the characters and not as much on the war crimes being committed. Yes, there were really tough situations, yes, there was some descript
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Chloe (aka Crystal)
Ahh, finally had a chance to read this and it is most definitely the best in the series. I will most likely write an in-depth review later!

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*is very excited to discover Erich is a main character in this one*
R.A.
Oh my, it's so beautiful! So bittersweet, but I loved it anyway!

Yes, 5 stars! Did you have to ask?? ;)
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Aria
Mar 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: wwii, historical, reviews
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Libby May
DNF until I get the paper copy. I love it to bits though! Read the first two parts. I just have the ecopy and those are so hard to get through :"""( ...more
Olivia
Wow, an amazing grand-finale to this series. I had the honour to beta-read all three, and it was fun to get to know these fantastic characters. If you love suspense, war, family relationships, and a bit of romance, you will love this one! Also, the challenging spiritual content will encourage you in your own walk with the Lord :)
(I will rate this after I've read the published version, but I totally recommend this book!)
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Soleil
Mar 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Beautiful. My heart didn’t break like with Gil (that’s a good thing) and it was just beautiful. I love it
Kaitlyn S.
* sniff *
Oh my.
This book...the perfect ending to the trilogy.
I'll write a real review later when I'm not at a hospital and have a real computer =)
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Okay -- a full review =) This was probably my favourite of all the "Questions of War" books. It was so. good. And I don't want to give anything away, so there's not too very much I can say ;-)

I fell in love with Jesseca's writing in the first two books, and this was no exception. It was a book that was
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Angie Thompson
Yep, this book did make me tear up again, although not quite as much as the last one. :') War is never a happy subject, and these books certainly don't shy away from the pain, the scars, and the questions that come with it. But I still felt like this book brought some really good closure to the series and offered enough lighthearted moments and nuggets of truth throughout that I wasn't overwhelmed by the pain and sadness.

And there's my favorite part of the book--the banter. Oh, boy! From Ann and
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Ellen Senechal
Where to begin? *draws a long breath*
I knew from page one that I'd enjoy this third book in Jesseca Wheaton's Questions of War series. But I didn't count on loving it, and especially not to the extent that I did. By far it's my favorite of the trilogy - the one that broke my heart, challenged my mind, and kept me at the edge of my seat the entire time. I don't necessarily agree that Micah and Ann should've kissed during engagement (especially since, in previous books, Jesseca stressed saving th
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Molly
Apr 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
This book was so good. I have always been amazed at Jesseca's writing, and this book was no exception! The characters and the stories were so real.

First off, the characters. From Ann to Arnold, to Micah to Erich, they were all wonderful characters! Ann is an American nurse sent overseas to serve. I loved her compassion for others- especially the fact that she was willing to help anyone- Jew, Allied soldier, and German soldiers. Micah is a combat medic. His love and compassion for the hurting wa
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Mikayla
RTC
Brianna
Apr 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Oh my goodness. An absolutely brilliant end to a wonderful trilogy.

This is quite possibly my favorite book out of the series (though granted, I haven't re-read the first two yet so that may change). It also marks the first time I've sent almost-death threats to an author over particular events.

Likes
- ARNOLD. Hands down my favorite character (after Gil, of course).
- Arnold and Erich's relationship. Just... everything about it.
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Katja
5 stars & 5/10 hearts. Ahhh... wow. I’m still not sure what I think of this book. It was so not what I expected. It’s a bit darker than the other books because it deals with the concentration camps... I give you my word that about 50% through I was wondering if anything worse could happen to the characters and if it would all end okay. The cool thing is that since the author has grown older & more mature, the characters seem to also be older & more mature, which totally fits the plot and I love ...more
Abigail Harris
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, RTC
Kellyn Roth
Apr 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
*is dying* Arggg, I just wish I could tell y'all all about it! ;) For now, I'll just content myself to say: "It's really good!"

UPDATE: review to come, but it's still amazinggg!
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Jesseca is a daughter, sister, and a child of God. Her days are spent reading, cooking, spending time with siblings, or playing piano. And writing, of course! At an early age words fascinated her, and her love for the printed page has only grown. She lives with her parents and seven siblings in the sunny state of Kansas, and she’s convinced there’s no place like home.

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  • A Question of Honor (Questions of War #1)
  • A Question of Courage (Questions of War #2)

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