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  • Salt to the Sea

    This was a very hard and sad book to read. But full of love and hope

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  • Tragic but beautiful

    "Salt to the Sea" is a beautiful and heartbreaking story about a group of innocents caught in a war that wasn't theirs, desperate to find a refuge. They end up on the Wilhelm Gustloff's ship, and the rest is (literal) history. I was aware that this was going to be a tragedy, but I was certainly not expecting it to hurt this much. I fell in love with most of these characters, and it was hard to see them go through everything they go through, from the beginning of the book until the end. There is barely a happy scene on this book, so it was difficult to read and I can't say I 'enjoyed' it, just as much as I can say I have enjoyed some of the other books I have read about war, particularly the Second World War. Nonetheless, it's a beautifully-written story, with compelling characters. More than that, it's an important story about an episode of the war that's barely known, even today.

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