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Free download í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ë Vesper Stamper A teen Holocaust survivor must come to terms with who she is and how to rebuild her lifeAfter losing her family and everything she knew in the Nazi concentration camps Gerta is finally liberated only to find herself completel. Am I your friend Then trust me you want to read this book Don't read it or buy it for the wonderful weight of paper or the font or the smell of ink They are all wonderfully apt choices Read it for the journey your heart will make with Gerta Read it for remembering a piece of history too oft relegated to statistics and numbers too mind boggling to comprehend Read it to trace your own humanity This is not only good young adult fiction it is good literature The story is an immersive experience for your imagination engaging sight sound smell taste and touch The illustrations are as key to the story telling as the words on the page; don't rush past them or you will miss something wonderful in the telling Well done Ms Stamper Well done

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Free download What the Night Sings ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ A teen Holocaust survivor must come to terms with who she is and how to rebuild her lifeAfter losing her family and everything she knew in the Nazi concentration camps Gerta is finally liberated only to find herself completely alone Without her Y alone Without her Papa her music or even her true identity she must move past the task of surviving and onto living her life In the displaced persons camp where she is staying Gerta meets Lev a fellow teen survivor who she. 35 stars for this book I liked the illustrations that accompany the story but I felt the story fell flat in some points The point of the book is how these characters are able to rebuild themselves after facing one of the worst tragedies any human could Auschwitz concentration camp but the author could have done a much thorough job on it It was a fast read

Vesper Stamper ë 5 review

What the Night SingsJust might be falling for despite her feelings for someone else With a newfound Jewish identity she never knew she had and a return to the life of music she thought she lost forever Gerta must choose how to build a new future. EVERYONE STOP WASTING YOUR TIME READING THIS REVIEW AND GO PICK UP WHAT THE NIGHT SINGS BY VESPER STAMPER So this book is just another part of the reason why I wait until the first week of January to make “Best Books of Year Whatever” lists I picked up this book because I’d seen it around a couple of times and the synopsis looked interesting but mainly because I still have to complete my Goodreads challenge UM well this book had me pausing every 5 pages because there are So Many Powerful uotes This illustrated novel follows Gerta Rausch a Jewish teen survivor of the Holocaust It’s a coming of age story just like any other except for the fact that Gerta has faced years of being told she isn’t even human So Gerta isn’t simply finding or discovering her identity she’s rebuilding and regaining it after an unfathomable tragedy that has robbed her of every friend or family member that might have helped The author Vesper Stamper highlights all the many factors of identity SO well I spend all my time reading and writing and I still can’t find a way to encapsulate just how perfectly Stamper portrays the pieces that make up one’s identity Choice individuality survival chance and art are all depicted as forces that make us up and I couldn’t agree with this depiction This story is so clearly Gerta’s but I feel like anyone who’s ever thought hard about their identity can find themselves in Stamper’s words and illustrations That said this book is about than just identity It’s also about the tragedy that robbed the world of countless uniue and irreplaceable souls There’s nothing I can say about the Holocaust that hasn’t already been said However what sets this book apart from many other Holocaust books none of which are less important than this one is that uniue combination of such a tragedy with the tale of girl growing into a woman That and the emphasis on music’s impact on Gerta’s life The contrast between the hideousness of the life our characters were forced to grow accustomed to and the beauty of the music that kept Gerta alive was breathtaking to put it simply Stamper balances the death and ash of the camps with the glory of music in a way that my mind is barely able to wrap its head around The one issue I did have with this book is the romance I understand that Lev Gerta’s love interest symbolizes a ton He helps her bridge the gap between existingsurviving and truly living shows her how much potential she has from the moment he first meets her and patiently allows her to grow into herself while supporting her from the frontlines That said the chemistry felt off platonic than romantic It isn’t toO huge a dealbreaker for me though because the author does indirectly address this issue within the novel Now that the critical part of the review is over though LEMME JUST SAY Vesper Stamper is one of the most creative minds I’ve had the privilege to encounter through a piece literature this year She combines history with a current and forever relevant topic identity struggles all while writing like the goddess she is AND THERE ARE PICTURES TOO I’m a hoe for Young Adult novels with illustrations in them and this book was no exception Everything from the slightly disturbingodd style of art and the illustrations themselves adds legions of meaning to an already spectacular story I just want Vesper Stamper’s brain please and thank you Seriously this novel is art and a speculation on art and produced by art Ughhhh I say this about a ton of books but when I write a book I want it to be like THIS ONE Obviously this book was magnificent Because of the subject matter I definitely wouldn’t recommend this to the faint of heart Be prepared for parts that’ll make you cry and leave you scarred I finished this book just a couple of hours ago but I just have that feeling that it’ll stay with me long after today If you want a book that will genuinely touch your soul pick up this one ASAP PS The author’s note is 100% worth reading Give this book and author all of your attention and money thank you and good night