Reviewed by Melanie Mc. (age 11)
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I really liked this book. It had a twist and turn in every chapter. My favorite part of the book was how Marisa never got found out by the Nazi family she was with. One of my favorite characters was Marisa. She was my favorite character because she was always afraid but she became brave from all the hardships she faced. Another character I found interesting was Shmuel. I found him interesting because he helped Marisa to be brave right up the point were they were split up. One thing I found interesting about the book is it tells all about World War II from a first hand experience even though the book was not completely true.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to learn about World War II. I would not recommend this book to anyone who does not like to read about death because it is explained in a very graphic way. I would recommend this book to people that know a little about World War II. I think that other kids in sixth grade and older would like this book.