The Girl From the Train—book review

When I read a review of The Girl From the Train on a blog I follow, I was immediately intrigued by the story. Sure enough, it is a fascinating could-have-happened love story.

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Gretl and her sister Elza were pushed out of a train full of Jewish people on their way to a concentration camp, by their mother and grandmother, who couldn’t fit through the sides of the car. The girls end up living in the house of a Polish family, but after Elza dies, Gretl ends up being rescued by Jakob, a Resistance fighter.

Read my full review here.

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A home-school family living in New Zealand, with a desire to share what Christ has done for us.
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One Response to The Girl From the Train—book review

  1. I have seen this book on a few lists and have been interested in seeing a review of it. I think I need to add this one to my TBR. Thanks! My Weekly Wrap-Up

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