We hebben dit artikel toegevoegd aan je winkelwagentje.
Je $5 CREDIT is toegepast
JE ONTVANGT $5 korting JE EERSTE AANKOOP

Meer titels ter overweging

Winkelwagen

Je krijgt de VIP-behandeling!

Met de aankoop van het Kobo VIP-lidmaatschap krijg je 10% korting en verdien je 2X zoveel Kobo Super Points op bepaalde artikelen.

Artikel(en) niet beschikbaar voor aankoop
Bekijk je winkelwagentje. Je kunt de niet-beschikbare artikelen nu verwijderen of we verwijderen ze bij de kassa automatisch.
artikelenartikel
Beoordelingen en boekrecensies (1 1 sterbeoordelingen
1 beoordelingen
)

Totale beoordeling

5,0 van de 5
1
5 ster 4 ster 3 ster 2 ster 1 Star
1 0 0 0 0

Geef je mening

Je hebt je recensie voor dit artikel al gedeeld. Bedankt!

We zijn je inzending aan het beoordelen. Bedankt!

Voltooi je recensie

Alle boekrecensies

  • 0 persoon vond deze recensie nuttig

    0 personen vonden deze recensie nuttig

    0 van de 0 mensen vond(en) deze recensie nuttig

    Bedankt voor je feedback!

    A story of Love and Survival

    This book was in incredible. The author took events she researched that actually happened in real life and wove a fantastic story around them. The Kinder transports that smuggled out Jewish children , the prison camp Terezin allowed the prisoners to play music, and the hijack of planes from Russian occupied territory to save RAF piloted and their families. She has also pulled from the experiences of others for the time spent in the concentration camps. This is a book that tells the story of so many intertwined with each other in a way that is easily read. Pam, the diplomat's wife in London whose work on the Kinder transports was helpful in placing many Jewish children in English homes. Her son Will later joins the RAF and spends time in a POW camp in Germany. Pam takes one of the girls Miriam in from the kinder transport. Pam, Will, and Miriam are prominent characters in the story. Eva a Jewish girl in Prague Czechoslovakia studying music. She is attacked one night coming home from music lessons by a German soldier in Hitler youth. She is later married to Josef and they have a daughter named Miriam which she later sends to England on the Kinder transport. Later in the story Joseph and Eva are sent to the concentration camp Terezin. They are further deported to Auschwitz. Eva and Joseph are prominent characters in the story. The story of a Jewish girl Hana who also plays a prominent part in the story, I won't say more about Hana except she was also at Terezin. Her story will be told in the book. The characters and events are sad, but they are realistically portrayed. The story is realistic and believable. Can you imagine the anguish of sending a young child on a journey to another country not knowing when or if you would ever see her again? Can you feel the fears of the mother when she sees her only son off to war, or the feeling she has when she gets the news he is missing in action. How would you feel I'd you were the young child, miles and miles on a train with strangers, then boarding a huge boat an d finally arriving in a country where no one spoke your language. Such are the horrible faces of war. This book is a must read. I highly recommend you plan on reading for a while, because once you star you will not want to stop until the last page is read. My thanks to Gill Thompson, Headline Publishing, and NetGalley for allowing me to read an advance copy of the book.
1

Je kunt dit artikel lezen met één van de volgende Kobo-apps en apparaten:

  • DESKTOP
  • eREADERS
  • TABLETS
  • IOS
  • ANDROID
  • BLACKBERRY
  • WINDOWS