Review: THE SNOW GOOSE by Paul Gallico

Semicolon recently reviewed The Snow Goose by Paul Gallico for the WWII Reading Challenge.  Here’s an excerpt:

Paul Gallico was a movie critic, then a very successful sports writer, but he wanted to write fiction. He wrote short stories for various magazines, got a $5000 check for one story, and promptly retired from sports-writing to write fiction. His first and most successful novel(?) was The Snow Goose.

I would think that as a gentle introduction to World War II literature, The Snow Goose would be a winner among high school students.

Read the full review.

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