(EBOOK) The War Outside
Dark Passage gHard to Margot s father is because they didn t know yet that this country was unfairThe West Coast Japanese had alreadyiven the overnment their shortwave radios and they had already agreed to their curfew eight PM to six AM but it wasn t
enough it was never enough it was so it was never enough It was so for the overnment make those rules You can t hate someone All Of A Sudden It Takes Practice It Takes A of a sudden It takes practice It takes a time 148 This is an idea that Margot revisits later in the book when imagining what it would be
#like to o back home to Iowa She ponders Haruko was right the #to o back home to Iowa She ponders Haruko was right the time we talked It was not like with the Japanese where entire communities went away With us it was like a scalpel a German here a German there while the rest of the town went about their business 207 These uotes showcase the idea of how we are not free in America until we re all free Everyone s freedom is in jeopardy if one The Vanishing Man: In Pursuit of Velazquez group loses theirs The ending wasWOW It was one of the best endings I ve read in a while It left you thinking about all that happened between theirls and the motives behind their actions I liked that the author included a note at the end about the history behind the story It is evident that she did a lot of research and tried to make it as accurate as possible Overall this was an amazing and powerful novel whose ending will leave you uestioning it all For book reviews be sure to check out my blog. Verything she can to keep her family whole as her mother's health deteriorates and her rational patriotic father becomes a man who distrusts America and fraternizes with NazisWith everything around them falling apart Margot and Haruko find solace in their Easy Breezy Miracle growing secret friendship But in a prison theovernment has deemed full of spies can they trust anyone even each other. .
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Just Didn T Uite Deliver For Me But I Still didn t uite deliver for me but I still it was an important story and I m lad I read it I received an ARC of this book for free from TheNovl in
exchange for an honest review Since I received an ARC my uotes from the book are tentative Last month I for an honest review Since I received an ARC my uotes from the book are tentative Last month I a different YA novel about German American internment and was beyond disappointed by it When I saw that TheNovl was offering a chance it When I saw that TheNovl was offering a chance read and review this book I jumped at the opportunity Thankfully The War Outside was a million times better than that other book I readThis book was so heart wrenching and emotional There was one incident towards the end that ave me chills and Get Fast!: A Complete Guide to Gaining Speed Wherever You Ride goosebumps I loved the dual perspectives and how well the author put you into eachirl s shoes I also enjoyed the author s writing style It flowed easily and sucked you into the story I m The Pleasant Light of Day glad that the book showed both Japanese American and German American internment I particularly liked that it discussed how being called the enemy was different for eachroup At one point Haruko tells Margot I m so sorrythat your father had to wake up and realize that you had become the enemy overnight But a least you didn t have to wake up and realize that other Americans had thought of you as an enemy all along 148 She then explains the reason this imprisonment is. For those accused of colluding with the enemy The teens discover that they are polar opposites in so many ways except for one that seems to override all the others the camp is changing them day by day and piece by piece Haruko finds herself consumed by fear for her soldier brother and distrust of her father who she knows is keeping something from her And Margot is doing ,
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Two irls Haruko and Margot become unlikely friends when both are sent with their families to an internment camp in Texas during friends when both are sent with their families to an internment camp in Texas during War II Japanese American Haruko is from Colorado German American Margot is from Iowa What makes this one different from other World War II stories is not only does it take place in the United States
IT IS ABOUT GERMAN AMERICANS LIVINGis about German Americans living internment camps I did not know about this part of American history The irls plot a future together after the War ends they ll move to San Antonio et Was oing to rate this a 3 star until I ot to the ending and
IT LEFT ME SPEECHLESS DID NOT SEE THE ENDINGleft me speechless Did not see the ending and it made so much sense to me I like this story because it was something different then what I have ever read about It was about a Japanese American and German American irl whose family are sent to an internment Camp during WW2 It deals a lot with racism friendship family etc I loved the premise and parts of this novel felt all too relevant to our current politician climate you know since we re once again holding families and children in camps in the US which isfucked up But The War Outside never went far enough for me So much of this stayed surface level and I wanted MORE I wanted of the budding romance between our two protagonists insight into daily life in the camp and of an actual plot so there was sufficient tension building A novel of conviction friendship and betrayalIt's 1944 and World War II is raging across Europe and the Pacific The war seemed far away from Margot in Iowa and Haruko in Colorado until they were uprooted to dusty Texas all because of the places their parents once called home Germany and JapanHaruko and Margot meet at the high school in Crystal City a family internment camp.