When Steve Bellinger contacted me, I knew right away that I wanted to read and review The Chronocar. The book is about Tony Carpenter, a Tech student who discovers an […]
The Auschwitz Escape brings us back to the time of the Nazi war. The main character is a pastor by the name of Jean-Luc Leclerc who finds himself helping the Jews find their freedom from the Nazi invasion. His involvement in assisting Jews ultimately results in his imprisonment. During this capture, he meets a young man by the name of Jacob Weisz, and together they dare to plot a risky escape from Auschwitz, in order to share the truth about the Fascism movement spreading through Germany.
I was excited to receive this book. When growing up, I remember watching the old Pippi Longstocking movies so when I found out the author of Rasmus and the Vagabond […]
As I mentioned when I wrote my March Reading list post, I was unsure if I’d like The Poppy Field Diary. After reading more about the book, I decided it […]
The Book Thief is a young girl by the name of Liesel and the first book she ever stole was at the conclusion of her younger brother’s funeral. It was an impulsive move, a token to remember her brother by, but it soon became much more. Arriving in the town of Munich, Liesel meets her foster parents Hans and Rosa Hubermann.
The Hiding Place describes to the reader a mysterious history involving a woman whose younger brother was murdered. Janet Manning grew up in Dove Point, a small town in Ohio, and she carries around the memories surrounding her brother’s disappearance and death.