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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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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