Die Lügen, die wir erzählten
Publish date: 2010
Publisher: Ravensburger Buchverl
Pages no: 288
Edition language: Deutsch
, Realistic Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, World War II
Bullet Review:I'm still pondering over the events of this novel. I'd say it's got a great message and portrays a time period that tends to get sanitized (oh sure, every woman from the 40's was a virgin on her wedding night - right) rather honestly. Not sure what the rating will be - probably will st...
"They left the lights burning in the skyscrapers all night long, because now they could." That does an excellent job of setting the scene of a time period I don't know very well. This was dark, which is appropriate for the time period and the ideas handled. The "lighter" sub-plot involved anti-...
If you're looking for great reads that aren't part of a big commercial series and aren't genre fiction (whatever that means these days) - in other words if you want a beautifully crafted work of literature AND a great plot - you might want to check out the two above, or the others in my YA Worth Rea...
What I Saw and How I lied is not going to end up as one of those books that returns to my thoughts now and again. It's perfectly forgettable.This is a coming of age book set at the end of World War 2. Evie is a teen who's step father, Joe, has just come back from the war and he's not exactly the m...
"What I Saw and How I Lied" is an account of a fifteen year old girl who has to come to terms with some startling realities in the latter part of the 1940s. She ultimately has to pick up the pieces and find a way to choose between what she's asked to do, what she wants to do, and what it means to d...
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