"Erin Litteken pens a powerfully moving debut in The Memory Keeper of Kyiv . . . Ukraine's tragic history painfully echoes its current crisis, and on every page the Ukrainian spirit shines out, unbowed, unbent, and unbroken. This is a compelling, timely read."
-Kate Quinn, New York Times bestselling author of The Rose Code & The Diamond Eye
"A stunning portrait of Ukraine and its people... A remarkable read not to be missed."
LISA WINGATE, #1 New York Times bestselling author of
Before We Were Yours
In the 1930s, Stalin’s activists marched through the Soviet Union, espousing the greatness of collective farming. It was the first step in creating a man-made famine that, in Ukraine, stole almost 4 million lives. Inspired by the history the world forgot, and the Russian government denies, Erin Litteken reimagines their story.