This powerful work of historical fiction follows the fortunes, actually misfortunes, of the Majewski family, who are trapped in the Warsaw Ghetto during the early years of WWII. Kelli Tager's matter-of fact presentation captures the cruelties of the Nazis, as well as the resilience of the victims. Three women, each smoothly differentiated by Tager, are featured: Hanna, the eldest Majewski daughter, who is a British spy; Stefa, her sister, who sacrifices herself for her people; and Janka Danek, a sympathetic Catholic neighbor. First, families lose their homes and possessions and, then, access to food and fuel. Soon the deportations to Treblinka begin. With authenticity and candor, Tager keeps listeners immersed in this terrible time and place. D.L.G. © AudioFile 2022, Portland, Maine [Published: SEPTEMBER 2022]
Trade Ed. HighBridge Audio 2022
DD ISBN 9781696607582 $24.99
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