Review: TAMAR by Mal Peet

tamarCharity from Writing Wrongs recently posted a review of Tamar by Mal Peet.  Here’s an excerpt:

In the fall of 1944, Tamar and Dart, two Dutch SOE operatives, parachute into Holland. Tamar has the thankless task of organizing the fractured Dutch resistance. Dart is his wireless operator, a job with the average lifespan of three months in Nazi-occupied territory.

In the spring of 1995, Tamar, a fifteen year old girl living in London, is reeling from the possible suicide of her grandfather and a few years before, her father’s disappearance.

Read the rest of the review here.

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