Tag: Historical Fiction


Review: Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin

Review: Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin

It’s 1956 and the world is a much different place from the one we know. The Axis powers, comprised of the Third Reich and Imperial Japan, now rule. Every year they host the Axis Tour in which teenagers race on motorcycles across conquered territories in order to celebrate their victory. The winner is treated to a ball in Toyko with Hilter, who is rarely ever seen in public. Yael is a death camp survivor. After being the subject of painful experimentations, she now possesses the ability to changer her...


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Review: Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

Review: Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

It’s WWII and the Soviets are quickly advancing through Germany, forcing thousands of weary refugees to flee to the coast in hopes of gaining passage on the Wilhelm Gustlofff. Inspired by the true events of the little known, yet largest tragedy in maritime history, Salt to the Sea tells the tale of four teenagers whose paths intertwine as they make their way to supposed safety. Different homelands, different stories, yet they have one thing in common: all are haunted by the realities of war. The ship may be their...


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