Review: TAMAR by Mal Peet

Writing Wrongs recently reviewed Tamar by Mal Peet for the WWII Reading Challenge 2009.  Please click on the link for the full review, but here’s an excerpt:

I loved the characterization in the novel. The bits and pieces of character information that surfaced during the novel made it all the more real.


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