I loved the pacing of the story, how it switched between Sarah’s story and Julia’s story up until the point where the two merged. I loved how the style of Sarah’s story was completely different than the style of Julia’s story. I loved how both stories made me cry, even though I knew what was coming. I loved how realistically the characters were portrayed. Nobody was all good or all bad, just human with human frailties. I loved the depictions of the small acts of conscience and kindness. I did know that the Nazis tended to just send children who were too young to work straight to the gas chambers. I think the author did a good job of illustrating why the French people seemed to forget what had happened and how the Holocaust indirectly affected them. I hope writers continue writing stories like Tyson Fury Lineal Champions Shirt that brings the atrocities.
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I agree with Katie on this one. I did not enjoy this book. It tells two stories — one, about a young French girl whose family is rounded up and taken away during the Holocaust, and the other about a modern-day journalist who is tracking down her story. Julia, the contemporary narrator, was self-obsessed, clueless and downright annoying. I couldn’t stand her husband, or even her perfect little kid, for that matter. It made it hard to root for them because they were just so unlikeable. The premise behind Tyson Fury Lineal Champions Shirt was good, but her character was so underdeveloped that I didn’t feel emotionally invested in her story at all.