Grace in the Wilderness: After the Liberation 1945-1948


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  • Audio Cassette
  • Grace in the Wilderness: After the Liberation 1945-1948
  • Aranka Siegal
  • 10 August 2015
  • 9780788722172

About the Author: Aranka Siegal

Aranka Siegal one of seven children was raised the Wilderness: PDF ☆ in Beregszasz Hungary During World War II when Aranka was thirteen she and her family were moved from their home to the Beregszasz brick factory which had been turned into a ghetto to house Jews Shortly thereafter they were deported to Auschwitz Upon their arrival on May she and her older sister were separated from the rest of the.



10 thoughts on “Grace in the Wilderness: After the Liberation 1945-1948

  1. Rosie Rosie says:

    Okay I gave this book one star and I wish I could give it like negative five or something Seriously I got this book out of the library on a whim I mean hey a biography a Jewish teenage girl AFTER the war? it looked good But I was sorely disappointed It was very harsh and graphic in its descriptions of what the Jews had to suffer in the camps both hunger sickness and assault Then even the girl's story of going to school and then living with a Swedish family did not click with me The girl is not an interesting character at all she's very one dimensional with hardly any explanation of her feelings or actions Then there's the issue of her like seven and counting boyfriends She gets uncomfortably intimate with several of them but can't seem to satisfactorily sort out her actual feelings with each of them It's very frustrating to read even the ending doesn't seem right view spoiler she goes away to America leaving behind the most persistent and deserving suitor plus the wonderful Swedish family who have become all she cares about hide spoiler

  2. Nikki Nikki says:

    Had I the option I would give this book 35 stars I've rounded up as I believe that this real life story deserves the higher rating I felt that the ending was too abrupt and that the editor should have teased out a little information to wrap up the ends for the reader I appreciate getting a closer look into the life of a Holocaust survivor's life after her liberation what was reuired of her to adapt to her new surroundings and what programs were provided for survivors in Sweden

  3. Leslie Leslie says:

    This seuel to UPON THE HEAD OF THE GOAT is suited to mid teens and older as the Grace struggles with her maturity and developing sexuality in the years after the war Although Grace struggles in ways that are uniue to someone who has experienced the traumatic experience of war and holocaust the story is really about growing up It is well written and interesting but for the reasons mentioned above I would not offer it to child under the age of 14 or so

  4. Mary L. Mary L. says:

    This is the story of two sisters who survived Bergen Belsen and were on their way to finding a new life for themselves I didn't like the ending because we don't really know what happened They are on a ship at the end almost to America You can hope that Piri found out what love is and lives happily ever after and that all is well for Iboya and her new husband but for now they are together arriving in America This book reads like a memoir than a novel the people are so very real

  5. Joanne Blood Joanne Blood says:

    This book was interesting in that it tells how the Jews experienced life after the war and after liberation from death camps I thought it ended rather abruptly and thought they would tell a little about settling in America

  6. Rosemary Kearns Rosemary Kearns says:

    One needs to read Upon The Head of the Goat before reading this As this is a continuation It is a true story showing how the Jews suffered during World War II It is history we all need to read and understand especially in our world today It is depressing but true

  7. Sujit Thummala Sujit Thummala says:

    This book was informational and it explained in detail what happened during 1945 1948

  8. Haley Haley says:

    The history of it was good Heartbreaking of course but we need to remember I didn't like the sexual things in there and the ending was horrible I wish we knew what happened

  9. Kiera Kiera says:

    I didn't like this book because it wasn't very interesting It was nicely written but it was a historical novel and they are not as interesting as other books It was interesting in some parts but it was boring tooThis book takes place in Astorp Sweden It is after the Liberation 1945 1948 During the book the main character falls in love with many people and has to suffer leaving them After her 18th birthday she has to travel to America with her older sister to live with her relatives Right when I started reading this book I didn't like it but as I got farther it was good I would recommend this book to anyone who likes historical novel books It was a pretty decent book and I hope you read it

  10. Tracey Tracey says:

    Seuel to On the Head of the Goat a wonderful personal account of a teenage girl who with her older sister survived Auschwitz and Bergen Belsen and resiliently moved on with her life from one new place to another It shows the remarkable human spirit when there is no home to go back to and how a person relates to place A precious story

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