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10 thoughts on “Little Girl Lost

  1. says:

    I liked the book and I did like to hear what happened to the family after the war Being German living in England myself, the sentence that made me cry most was I still cook traditional German food So I suppose I make my home life a little bit German.


  2. says:

    Simple language makes the reader a companion of Barbie and Eva in their journey across the hundreds of milesgeographically, physically and mentally Barbies innocence and Eva s steadfastness make the book for a soft reading A little too descriptive sometimes, Barbie has well been able to bring out the basic goodness of human nature and the utter futility of unfounded hatred and political warfareand a humble realization of all ...


  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The story brought me to tears several times The things people go though, just to survive sometimes , and still come out with a smile well, scarred but smiling My only criticism is that the book should have stopped after the war, instead of continuing until her old age I was interested in B rbel and Eva s experiences during the war and not so much in how wonderful B rbel is doing after the war I wish a book was written by Eva too.Eva was 17 and took most of damage, and it would be interestin The story brought me to tears several times The things people go though, just to survive sometimes ...


  4. says:

    This is a beautiful, moving story, and one that has stayed with me in the years since I first read it For a long time it was my favourite book The raw emotions in the book are both uplifting and heartbreaking, and to know t...


  5. says:

    I understand that this women is not your regular writer, this is a one off novel she has written for her own pleasure comfort, but I can t help but become bored of her waffling on there is no rhythm to the book there is one...


  6. says:

    Hmm, felt rather arduous in the end Interesting to hear this ww2 story told from a German childs perspective, but the post war detail wasn t necessary and I m afraid was boring.


  7. says:

    A very moving read, well written with a few goose bump moments Enjoyed it and definitely would recommend


  8. says:

    one of my best novels made me develop interest in reading novels.


  9. says:

    Loved this book Intersting story about two little girls on their own during WWII.


  10. says:

    For some time now I have been trying to get my German mother who was born in 1932, to write her life story She has written short articles about herself for magazines and newspapers but never managed to get it together to tell her full story She has so many laugh out loud memories she was a very naughty child and many poignant memories too plus stories from after she moved to the UK at 17 years old and then much later became a maternity nanny to the rich and famous in LA She read this book a For some time now I have been trying to get my German mother who was born in 1932, to write her life story She has...


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Little Girl Lost download Little Girl Lost , read online Little Girl Lost , kindle ebook Little Girl Lost , Little Girl Lost 1c2150d373de In 1945, Seven Year Old Barbie And Her Sister Eva Were Trapped, Terrified, In War Torn Germany With Their Father Missing, And Hundreds Of Miles From Their Mother, News Of The Approaching Army Left Them Confronted With An Impossible Choice To Face Invasion, Or To Flee On Foot Eva, Aged 19, Was Determined To Find Her Mother For Barbie, 12 Years Younger, The Journey Was To Be Perilous But, Spurred On By Her Sister S Courage And Her Desperate Desire To Be Reunited With Her Mother, She Joined Eva On A Journey No Child Should Ever Have To Endure Over Three Hundred Miles Across A Country Ravaged By A Terrible War, They Encountered Unimaginable Hardship, Extraordinary Courage And Overwhelming Generosity Against All The Odds, They Survived But Neither Sister Came Out Of The Journey Unscathed.