Review: ADVENTURES OF A CHILD OF WAR by Lin Acacio-Flores

Mel U from The Reading Life read Adventures of a Child of War by Lin Acacio-Flores for the WWII reading challenge.  Here’s an excerpt from his review:

Adventures of a Child of War by Lin Acacio-Flores (2002-144 pages)  is a very well written, simply and straightforwardly told story of the  experiences of a young middle class boy growing up in Manila during the period of the Japanese occupation.   (The years covered are 1940 up to 1947.)

Read the rest of the review here.

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