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    Well written

    I am fascinated by the survival of WW2 Jews. This book is an easily read following their stories
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    Outstanding

    This is a novel to be read by everyone. We must never forget especially the ones born after 1945. Thank you to the author.
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    Great Read

    A really engrossing story that pulls at your heart while it whisks you along. A story of faith, hope and light set in a time of terror, darkness and despair. We'll written with believable characters and a solid plot line. Recommended.
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    Amazing!

    I've read memoirs of death camp survivors that chilled me to the bone. This fictionalized version of what may have happened to many Jewish German children affected me the same way but was also filled with so much love, hope and determination. Equal parts of sad and happy written with obvious study of the history make this book impossible to put down!
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    The children’s train

    Compelling read of determination and resistance to the nazi,s slaughter of so many innocent Jews, children and anyone else they dreamed unfit.one would hope we would learn to get along and live in peace but unfortunately man,s inhumanity persists.
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