hanselgretelHeather from Book Addiction recently posted a review of The True Story of Hansel and Gretel by Louise Murphy.  Here’s a snippet:

This novel truly was haunting… that is truly the best word I can come up with to describe the story in this book.  It all felt so real, which made everything I was reading that much more intense.  True, the book was completely fiction – this specific story did not actually happen – however, I’m sure there were plenty of cases of parents leaving their children to fend for themselves instead of going to the camps, people “adopting” Jewish children and passing them off as non-Jewish to save them, etc.  I was definitely captivated by The True Story of Hansel and Gretel and even though I knew it wasn’t a true story, it sure felt like one at times.

You can read her entire review here.

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