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For a disproportionate amount of page space It felt like the sodding climax of the novel until that scene hide spoiler 5 Words War power monster school violenceRead my A with Matt KilleenContent warnings graphic violence child abuse antisemitismSarah is FIERCEThis book is incredibly fast paced It starts off at a un and doesn t let up It s brutal and violent and at times almost a bit much but it is so ealistic and engaging a portray that
I could not put it down The story is addictive and this book packs a punchThe narrative isn t linear it could not put it down The story is addictive and this book packs a punchThe
Narrative Isn T Linear It isn t linear it a little between different times in Sarah s life and I loved how this slowly disclosed her past It showed why she was so esourceful and skilled already and sometimes it made my heart acheI Statistical Inference really like the changingelationship between Sarah and The Captain It is a testament to the story telling how much they grew between the pages I honestly think that if The Captain had had to send Sarah in a later time in the story he wouldn t have because it was almost like a fatherdaughter elationship I did find it surprising at first but it was an excellent way to ground the story and show the stakesI loved how this story explores the concept of monsters what it means to be one how you can go about creating one and what defines a monster The school is like a "nightmareThe story is gripping full of twists and turns and brutality It doesn t shy away from the "story is gripping full of twists and turns and brutality It doesn t shy away from the It is obviously thoroughly esearched with complex characters and a killer storyline While the style of writing and the narration isn t typically my jam I am thoroughly impressed with the depth of esearch worldbuilding and sensitivity toward the portrayal of a Jewish girl in Nazi Germany This is the opposite of The Girl Who Would. N Sarah meets a mysterious man with an ambiguous accent a suspiciously bare apartment and a lockbox full of weapons He's a spy and he needs Sarah to become one too to pull off a mission he can't attempt on his own infiltrate a boarding school attended by the daughters of top Nazi brass befriend the daughter of a key scien. Didn t love the writing I thought it brushed over every possible life threatening subject matter and didn t eally take anything seriously I disliked the characters and the plot was unbelievable it was hard for me to finish this one In most cases when it s YA I can forgive a multitude of sins Orphan Monster Spy is at once bloody silly and frustratingly entertaining Let s just say that bloody silly is the angle I ll takeNot uite implausible I suppose the entire premise is flimsy "At Best A German "best A German orphan is ecruited by a British agentspy agent of what exactly on a complete whim admitted
Into A High Ranking Nazi Boarding School a high Presidential Secrecy and the Law ranking Nazi boarding school a story that doesn t add up and tasked with befriending the daughter of an eminent scientist to gain access to his lab notes H mFor the most part the writing is strong However whilst it s clear andelatively fast paced the internal dialogue is intrusive and epetitive the constant eminders of Sarah s Jewishness in particular Sure she must be hyperconscious of the fact but I as a Hume on Religion reader have already grasped that given the historical context Killeen is clearly intelligent and this makes the peppering of clunky German phrases and terrible action scenes harder to bear Characterisation was another pitfall Sarah seems to lack any flaws or fallibilities which certainly doesn t make her emotionally compelling She s impossibly fit and agile despite years of malnourishment can perform gravity defying gymnastic feats act flawlessly and also play Grade 8 euivalent piano Crucially she lacks personality beyond this archetypeThe focus seemed misplaced in this one too view spoilerTheelationship between Sarah and the Captain was slippery at best but this was no pronounced than when she must tend to his wounds. A Jewish girl turned spy must infiltrate an elite Nazi boarding school in this highly commercial Master Plots: Race and the Founding of an American Literature, 1787-1845 relentlessly nail biting World War II dramaAfter her mother is shot at a checkpoint fifteen year old Sarah blonde blue eyed and Jewish finds herself on theun from a government that wants to see every person like her dead The. ,
N t Die which I found to be an antisemitic hot mess of a book last year and I am so very thrilled to see a Jewish girl who is the hero of her own story who was violent and imperfect and fierce who had a label thrust upon her and used her ability to pass to fight back against the City Schools: Lessons from New York real enemy My castingSarah and the Captain the girl on the covereminded me of her ight awayNothing negative to say about this one Suspensefulcreepy sometimes disturbing loved it Impulse buy "From Books A Million "Books a Million cover drew me in and after eading the first few pages I was sold After finishing my last current The Story Within read I ignored all my others and laser focused on this oneThis one was on my mind at work every time I had to leave the breakroom and go back to work Adulting sucks haha If anyone had interrupted me I may have thrown my drink at them sorrynotsorry A different for me aspect of World War Two I hadn teadheard much about I have vague memories of hearing something but most likely not in my history class in high school It was all very fascinating
To Me And Hadme and had on the edge of my seat for most of the narrative Sarah intrigued me
very much and at times I was very glad she was on side of the angelsmuch and at times I was very glad she was on side of the angels to speak A few times she sent a chill down my spineThe Captain loved him as a character as well There was just enough there to leave me wanting and peeling back the layers of his mind as wellThe whole novel felt electric and had a very presence that I haven t had from a book in this genre for a good while The Color of Secrets and Susanna Kearsley are two that come to mind Would highly First Resorts: Pursuing Pleasure at Saratoga Springs, Newport, Coney Island recommend Would to love to see of Sarah and The Captain working togetherBe prepared to have your blood pumping during one instance especially in the latter part of the book. Tist and steal the blueprints to a bomb that could destroy the cities of Western Europe With years of training from her actress mother in the art of impersonation Sarah thinks she'seady But nothing prepares her for her cutthroat schoolmates and soon she finds herself in a battle for survival unlike any she'd ever imagin.