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Soldier X by Don L. Wulffson
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Feb 06, 12

Read from January 23 to February 02, 2012

Soldier X, by Don Wulffson, is a great book that shows what life was like in a realistic way for soldiers in WWII. A young German soldier who is half Russian is chosen to fight for the Nazis in a great theme plot of friendship, love, and sorrow. This book shows in a great way the life of young German soldiers. The plot is very credible because it was based on a true story about a man who now lives in Oregon. In addition, the authentic setting of Nazi Germany and even on the front lines of battle, really adds to the depth of the book. There are many themes in this book as well including love, hardships, and fear. Another great attribute to this book is the way it shows how the Nazis lived during war. It shows in a very powerful way how hard life was and how the soldiers could do things so horrible to so many people. Solder X also portrays great realism with language and cultural influence. People looking for an action packed thriller of a great point of view from a young man who is on both sides of the war, will love Soldier X.
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message 1: by Mosese (new)

Mosese that book looks weird


message 2: by Mosese (new)

Mosese also sounds like HITLER


Cole Palmer Its a sick book bro.


Kailey It was a good book


message 5: by Mosese (new)

Mosese Suure, I bet.


Kailey Well I liked it... It was different from most holocaust books. The protagonist is usually a Jew.


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