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Havets djup (En ö i havet #3)

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I snart fyra år har Wienflickorna Steffi och hennes lillasyster Nelli varit i Sverige. Steffi går i läroverket i Göteborg, Nelli är kvar hos sin fosterfamilj. Steffi är snart sexton, på väg att bli vuxen. Hela livet ligger framför henne. Om bara kriget tog slut. "Havets djup" är den tredje delen av fyra i Annika Thors rosade serie om systrarna Steffi och Nelli, som visas s ...more
Hardcover, 166 pages
Published 2003 by Bonnier Carlsen (first published 1998)
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Deep Sea is the third book in a series by Annika Thor (Faraway Island and The Lily Pond being the first two installments). The Steiner sisters, Stephie and Nellie, were sent from their home in Vienna to live with foster families in Sweden in 1939 at the outset of WWII. Over the past three years (and first two books) WWII takes off and things quickly go from bad to worse. Their Jewish parents are sent to camps and the sisters have little to no information about their well being. Nellie takes to S ...more
I didn't realize this was in a series, so I'll have to go back and read the others.
I would probably have given the whole serie five stars when I read it in middle school (over 10 years ago).
I read it in a collection book containing all four books. It's a lovely serie about two girls comming to Sweden during WWII. I remember carrying around the book, reading in odd places beacause I liked it so much.
Not really a book I would recommend reading, unless you are a huge fan on historical fiction novels, and about girls finding their way through difficult situations.

If you expect anything different, you would be guessing wrong.

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Kathy Locke
Jul 18, 2015 Kathy Locke rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was a moving historical fiction from WWII era. At times heart wrenching, but filled with hope as Stephi navigates being a teenager during the war.
The third in the series -- loved it. Can't wait to find out what happens to Stephie as the war ends. Have loved seeing her grow up. It's been four years since her family has been together, and she's starting to understand that things will never be the same again. At the same time, she's trying to follow her dreams of an education and future and to look out for her younger sister, Nellie, as best she can.
Jan 14, 2015 Westerville rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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The third in the series -- loved it. Can't wait to find out what happens to Stephie as the war ends. Have loved seeing her grow up. - Robin, Youth Services

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Jan 22, 2013 Julia rated it it was amazing
Ohh, how I love this series. Third book, and still really interested in the story and the books are still going strong. Love it.
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Doesn't look like it is translated yet, so sad.
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Annika Thor grew up in a Jewish family in Gothenburg, Sweden, in the 1950s and 60s. She started work as a librarian and then went on to work as a film and television critic, and finally dedicated herself to writing books, plays, and screenplays for young people. She is one of Sweden’s best known authors for young people. Her books have been translated into many languages and have won many prizes.
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