The German Girl: A Novel
Publish date: 2016-10-18
Publisher: Atria Books
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
The German Girl by Armando Lucas Correo, author, Joy Osmanski, narrator This novel is narrated by the character called Hannah. It travels through 75 years as it illustrates courage and endurance in the face of hopelessness, but, unfortunately, at some points in the narrative, it descended into the r...
Okay, if you were to be told that a family went through leaving Germany to go to Cuba, only for some to be turned back to reside in Paris then sent to a concentration camp. Then one family member dies during the World Trade Center attack and another dies during the Cuban revolution, you would think,...
The German Girl is about a 12 year old Jewish girl named, Hannah Rosenthal and her well-to-do family that are living in Berlin during the war in 1939. The German authorities are in the process of rounding up the Jewish men first and deporting them to death camps. They are allowing some of the wealth...
Told in alternating chapters, this story was different than other stories I have read about this time period. Anna was searching for answers about her father, the person who walked out of her life when her mother was three months pregnant with her. Anna held onto a photo of him, hoping that some da...
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