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PDF Ä BOOK The Wrong Boy FREE ð REFLECTIONSLISBURNLTD ´ The story of a Jewish girl sent to Auschwitz with her family She falls in love with the wrong boy – the German son of the camp commanderHanna is a talented pianist and the protected second daughter of middle class Hungarian Jews Relatively late in World War II G in the house is the commander’s son Karl A handsome young man who seems completely disengaged from what is happening around him Hanna hates him as he sits drawing in the music room But the longer Hanna goes to the house the she realises there are other things going on Secret things Karl may not be the person she thinks he is Before she knows it she has fallen in love with the wrong bo I feel rather deceived with that synopsis since the romance is everything but the theme of this book

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The story of a Jewish girl sent to Auschwitz with her family She falls in love with the wrong boy – the German son of the camp commanderHanna is a talented pianist and the protected second daughter of middle class Hungarian Jews Relatively late in World War II the Budapest Jews were rounded up and sent to Auschwitz Hanna and her mother and sister are separated from her father Her mother 'The wrong boy' is not a fitting title for this novel neither is the synopsis The story of a Jewish girl sent to Auschwitz with her family She falls in love with the wrong boy – the German son of the camp commander Yes it’s a novel about star crossed lover This time it’s between a Jewish Hungarian girl and a German boy It does seem a bit wrong in a way as if the holocaust was a tragedy rather than a great atrocity I wish the author gave a second thought about the title It does not give the book enough justice ‘The wrong boy' doesn’t solely revolve around the camp commander’s son As for the historical accuracy concerning how life was in a concentration camp in Poland it isn’t anything you couldn’t discover by simply going on Wikipedia I thought it satisfactorily conveyed the emotions of the characters but of course I can’t be the judge of that I don’t think anyone can simply understand the emotions of those unfortunate people thrown in a concentration camps in World War II “Hanna Mendel liked to know what was going to happen next She was going to be a famous concert pianist She was going to wear her yellow dress to the dance on Saturday night But she didn’t plan on her street being turned into a ghetto She didn’t plan on being rounded up and thrown in a cattle truck She didn’t plan on spending her sixteenth birthday in Auschwitz in a wooden barrack with two hundred other prisoners” Hanna is naïve but she also has a strong optimistic side to her that makes her endearing As for the love interest Karla Jaeger there was no denying he was also an endearing character and the way his compassion and sympathy was presented made him very likable Although this book does give the impression of being mainly a love story it actually very strongly focuses on Hanna’s relationship with her mother father and especially with her older sister Overall I would recommend this but it surely isn’t anything impressive for a historical fiction However it’s heart warming or as heart warming a book about the holocaust can be

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The Wrong BoyBecomes increasingly mentally ill until she too is taken away somewhere Her sister Erika is slowly starving to death Hanna is uite a naïve 15 year old but when presented with the opportunity to play piano for the camp commander she is desperate to be chosen She goes each day under guard to the commander’s house and stands waiting in case the commander should want some music Also livin Can I just start with saying this book deserves so many stars than 5 Seriously If you want to read a world war 2 story I would highly recommend you this book This book has a place in my heart and I want to reread this book alreadyYou follow the story of Hanna who plays the piano I play the piano as well so that was already a good start for me This book was full of emotions Angry sadness happyness revenge hurt scared optimistic pessimistic Every emotion a person can feel is present and also the lack of feelings a person can have you find in this book It was hard and beautiful at the same time I loved the relationships growth so much between Hanna and her sister Hanna and the Barrack leader Hanna and Karl Hanna and Vera Hanna and her parents How these relations changed through the story was magnificent if you ask me And that ending omg that ending That was a terrible but ending although it couldn't have had a better ending at the same time What better way to finish this review by saying one thing C sharp