Book Reviews of The Final Journey

The Final Journey
The Final Journey
Author: Gudrun Pausewang
ISBN-13: 9780670864560
ISBN-10: 0670864560
Publication Date: 9/1/1996
Pages: 160
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Viking Juvenile
Book Type: Hardcover
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The horrors of Naziism as seen through the bewildered eyes of a child. A heartbreaking perspective, and one that won't be forgotten.
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if you want to learn a bit of what the jewish people went through during the holocaust then this is a book you will want to read
Awful to imagine that people actually did go through this
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This is one of the very few books, non-fiction or otherwise, on this subject that I'd recommend to younger people. Even though the majority of this book details the train ride Alice takes to Auschwitz there is still much tragedy involved as is to be expected. But it's written in a way that can be handled by young people I think. Maybe because instead of putting it out there very plainly it all goes "through" Alice. That may be why I feel this way.
I'm really surprised at this book to be honest. I read it ~ to be very honest ~ because it's missing it's dust jacket and I wanted it off my bookshelf. (My OCD thank you very much.) I was surprised at how well it flowed. As astonishing as Alice's experiences are it can be handled by someone younger.
This is also slim enough that someone younger may not be overwhelmed which is always a good thing.