Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, World War II
Encerrados en la casa de atrás es el complemento perfecto al Diario de Ana Frank, siempre que tengamos en cuenta que en este caso todo es ficción, claro está. Una novela que nos invita a reflexionar sobre la crueldad y los prejuicios del ser humano, a la vez que intenta ser el testimonio de un hecho...
I abandoned this book about 3/4 of the way through.This is a YA historic fiction retelling of Anne Frank's story, from the perspective of Peter, the boy whose family lived with hers in the Annex for two years. It's been many years since I read "The Diary of Anne Frank," but I remember the general s...
Even though it isn't non-fiction like Anne Frank's diary, this is based on stories. It was still fun to read though.
I have a teeny tiny confession to make, I've never read Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl it's not even that I can't get a hold of one, I have a copy I've just never taken the time to read it. But possibly due to this some things in Annexed didn't make sense to me, like why where the Franks so m...
I would suggest this to any teen looking for a Holocaust story. It's easy to relate to Peter's swinging emotions as he's in the annex, and his feelings for Anne are sweet and complicated, though would possibly be a turnoff for some male readers? The majority of the book takes place in the annex, wit...
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