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The Girl In The Green Sweater by Krystyna Chiger
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Oct 01, 11

bookshelves: biography-memoir, history, holocaust, multi-cultural, ukraine
Read from June 11 to 15, 2010

With each book I read dealing with the Holocaust, I am overwhelmed by the human capacity for cruelty. Krystyna Chiger's families' experiences as they spent 14 months hiding in the sewers of Lvov (an area in the Ukraine near the Polish border) were horrifying, amazing, and inspiring. This is a story with true villians whose disgusting deeds are overcome by true heroes.
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Chrissie It is hard to rate holocaust books. One doesn't want to disparage the horror of people's experiences, but still one has to compare one to another. I gave this three stars too.


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