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But Can the Phoenix Sing? by Christa Laird

But Can the Phoenix Sing? (edition 1995)

by Christa Laird

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This is one of my favorite books of all-time; it's definitely in my top five. If you're someone who enjoys learning about stories from the WWII era, particularly things relating to Jewish persecution based on the events of the Holocaust, then you will probably love this book as I did. It's an amazingly moving story about a man, Misha, who, through writing a letter to his stepson, relives the hard times that he had to go through as a young adult trying to survive after escaping the Warsaw Ghetto.

A fantastic read, this book is sure to have some in tears by the end, but guaranteed to have everyone thinking hard by the end. ( )
  LucidLove | May 31, 2009 |
A very shocking, very compelling - very educational book that makes you realise the horrors that happened to Polish jews during WW2. Not a story for the faint hearted, but one that should be read more often. ( )
  Safia | Apr 5, 2007 |
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