Teen Reviewed: Sarah's Key

Sarah's KeyTitle:  Sarah’s Key
Author:  Tatiana De Rosnay

Summary:  In 1942, Sarah and her family were sent to a concentration camp. To protect her little brother, Sarah locked him in a cupboard, thinking she would be back quickly. 60 years later, American journalist Julia learns Sarah’s history, as she gets ready to move into her old apartment.

I started reading it because…  I wanted to learn more about France and the Holocaust.
I kept reading because… I wanted to find out what would happen to Julia and her child.

If the main character(s) were in a yearbook, they would be voted Most Likely To:  Win the Nobel Peace Prize.

Six Word Review:  Julia’s mission to find the truth.

This book reminded me of Hana’s Suitcase because they both tell the story from a journalist’s point of view.

Websites of interest:  Sarah’s Key

–Salome, Lake City Teen BloggerLCY

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