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Summary ì Hunger Journeys 104 ☆ It’s World War Two in Amsterdam Teenaged Lena leaves her starving family to travel by train with her friend Sofie to Almelo a town close to the German border It’s a risky plan They have false papers and are uickly pulled off the train by German soldiers Only by fluke do they get back on again with the help of AlberIt’s World War Two in Amsterdam Teenaged Lena leaves her starving family to travel by train with her friend Sofie to Almelo a town close to the German border It’s a risky plan They have false papers and are u. Date Read January 2016 This is my 1st time reading it Rating 25 stars ReviewThis book was average overall I enjoyed reading it but there were a lot of things that weren't greatThe characters were all bad Most of the characters were undeveloped because they would be introduced and then be permanently gone after a very short time which made it impossible for any real development to occur The only characters who were in the entirety of the book Sophie and Lena didn't develop either despite the fact that we spent a lot of time with them Same with the 2 romantic relationships which rubbed me the wrong way All the characters and relationships in this book were very trope y underdeveloped and just aggravating in general I wasn't strongly rooting for anyone or any pairings Nothing changed at all throughout the whole book except the plotThe plot was engaging though but it ended up progressing in a strange way I was always really interested to see where the story would go but by the time I got to the end nothing was wrapped up The story just kept going and going and I couldn't really see an ending in sight and I didn't understand how it all connected and then it just kind of ended with no resolutions really which made everything throughout the book seem kind of pointless We didn't really find out what happened It didn't seem like the book had a solid beginningmiddleend it just kind of kept going and going and going just buildup and buildup to an abrupt ending instead of a climax I also didn't like how the main characters avoided trouble in almost every dangerous situation purely because of luck The odds were against them almost every time they did anything yet they rarely encountered any actual adversity someone would always be in the right place at the right time It seemed kind of lazy to meThe writing style was very basic and kind of exhausting In fact I feel like this whole book was kind of basic and exhausting There is nothing original about it and the plot goes in a direction that doesn't make a lot of sense but it is interesting and keeps your attention I don't think I gained anything from reading this book but I don't think I lost anything either

Hunger JourneysIt’s World War Two in Amsterdam Teenaged Lena leaves her starving family to travel by train with her friend Sofie to Almelo a town close to the German border It’s a risky plan They have false papers and are u. Date Read January 2016 This is my 1st time reading it Rating 25 stars ReviewThis book was average overall I enjoyed reading it but there were a lot of things that weren't greatThe characters were all bad Most of the characters were undeveloped because they would be introduced and then be permanently gone after a very short time which made it impossible for any real development to occur The only characters who were in the entirety of the book Sophie and Lena didn't develop either despite the fact that we spent a lot of time with them Same with the 2 romantic relationships which rubbed me the wrong way All the characters and relationships in this book were very trope y underdeveloped and just aggravating in general I wasn't strongly rooting for anyone or any pairings Nothing changed at all throughout the whole book except the plotThe plot was engaging though but it ended up progressing in a strange way I was always really interested to see where the story would go but by the time I got to the end nothing was wrapped up The story just kept going and going and I couldn't really see an ending in sight and I didn't understand how it all connected and then it just kind of ended with no resolutions really which made everything throughout the book seem kind of pointless We didn't really find out what happened It didn't seem like the book had a solid beginningmiddleend it just kind of kept going and going and going just buildup and buildup to an abrupt ending instead of a climax I also didn't like how the main characters avoided trouble in almost every dangerous situation purely because of luck The odds were against them almost every time they did anything yet they rarely encountered any actual adversity someone would always be in the right place at the right time It seemed kind of lazy to meThe writing style was very basic and kind of exhausting In fact I feel like this whole book was kind of basic and exhausting There is nothing original about it and the plot goes in a direction that doesn't make a lot of sense but it is interesting and keeps your attention I don't think I gained anything from reading this book but I don't think I lost anything either

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Hunger Journeys î Concentration camps she fears her new friendship with the helpful Albert may lead her into danger Sofie too befriends a soldier a relationship that uickly turns serious and has unforeseen conseuences for both gir. SpoilersWell considering I read this whole book from yesterday morning till now I freaking loved the book the story the adventure she had to take the courage she had to have and the events she had to overcome She had to go through the historical references that told me how it was in WW2The story was about a girl around my agethat took a journey through war starvationromanceand true friendship The story was slow at first but when Lena Ended up leaving with Sophie on a hunger journey it was just insane what these girls went through Now I love there friendship but they draw apart in the end but still are friends Then there's Albert oh how I hate the ending for the reason that you don't get to truly know if they will end up together Then I love the ending for the reason that she is reunited with her family Overall this was an amazing book and I would recommend anyone who loves an adventure with a bit of historical fiction to read Then hunger Journeys Read & Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ù Maggie de Vries

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Maggie de Vries Ù 4 Free read Ickly pulled off the train by German soldiers Only by fluke do they get back on again with the help of Albert one of the other soldiers After Lena discovers that the train had also been used to transport Jews to. I liked this book because even though it started out boring it got better and showed the struggles of World War II from a girl's eyes Lena struggles through hunger and desperation but she fights back when she leaves her hometown to find food for her family With a new baby in the house food is scarce but Lena takes matters into her own hands with her journey This book shows amazing displays of courage and I enjoyed this book a lot