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Black Radishes by Susan Lynn Meyer
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Nov 14, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: adventure, adversity, awards, belonging, diversity, families, fiction, historical, jewish_issues, love, nazism, relationships, religions, sad_stories, survival, war, holocaust
Read in September, 2012

Narrated by a young Parisian boy, Gustave, whose family decide to move to the countryside as life becomes more dangerous with the approach of the Nazis to France. Based partly on the author's father's life, I really felt the sense of panic as things turned against them and every wrong move or word could result in death.
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Sue Narrated by a young Parisian boy, Gustave, whose family decide to move to the countryside as life becomes more dangerous with the approach of the Nazis to France. Based partly on the author's father's life, I really felt the sense of panic as things turned against them and every wrong move or word could result in death.


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