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The Other Way Round

Instead they live each day to the full — enjoying small pleasures and The best thing about Bombs on Aunt Dainty is the main character, Anna. There’s an immediacy to this young woman’s story that is defiantly appealing. Personal, moving and even philosophical in places.

Jan 14, Judy Ford rated it it was amazing. But there’s also a darkness to this book, in direct contradiction to the idealism present in When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.

And whatever happens, he just watches. The second volume in Kerr’s WW2 memoirs; Vol 1 was chopped off in mid-conversation on arrival in London. The changing relationship between Anna and her parents is explored sensitively and poignantly and indeed painfully. Now Anna is in London.

I found this book to be more exciting than When Hitler Stole Pink Nudith as the events here occurred during the war. Like so many things that have happened since my sister died, it came with this feeling of looking around for someone to tell about this cool, cool discovery, someone who would care as much as I did, but the people who would care – my sister, my mother -are both gone, so I’m left by myself with this.

He packs law books instead of clothes, as his exams are in two weeks, and he either thinks he won’t be detained long or he doesn’t want to fall behind on his studying. The best thing about Bombs on Aunt Dainty is the main character, Anna. I really enjoyed this book; it was historically very inglaterr and made me realise how difficult it was during World War II in London.


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Although given that Anna starts the book aged 15 and is 21 by the end, I’d argue it’s YA. It felt like a waste of time trying to read about the df character who still has her whiny, skittish, and inglaterrra demeanor.

An excellent book about coming of age during WW2. I really felt as though I was living her life — being frustrated at the measly food rations, her fear that at any moment a bomb could kill everyone she is close to, and not forgetting the first completely humiliating experience of unrequited love. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

So when I discovered the sequels, I approached them with awe. No trivia or quizzes yet. Perhaps that was designed intentionally by the author as well. Other books in the series.

Thought-provoking for adults and children alike. From things I’ve read, it sounds like most of the story is rel I couldn’t stop at reading two of Judith Kerr’s books; I had to learn about the author herself. Instead they live each day to the full — enjoying small pleasures and make the best of what must have been a truly terrible time in history.

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I still felt detachment to Anna. Brother Max feels English to the bone, but finds himself treated as a potentially dangerous German national, while Anna does all she can to bstalla thinking about the war–hard to do in the middle of the Blitz, but she manages better than most. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The Other Way Round is a story that shifts the refugee experience into a search for self identity.

It’s a fictionalized account of her fleeing from Germany at the start of World War II and it was terrifying and fascinating and something I read repeatedl I got this – man, I think it was two years ago now.

We see how she goes from living with an American family, goes to Secretary College, moves into a hotel with her parents, gets her own job and joins an Bombs on Aunt Dainty follows a teenager called Anna. If I could meet an author, it would be this woman who has accomplished so much in life. Kerr is a fantastic writer and describes life throughout WW2 and the Blitz in vivid detail, without being overly descriptive.


This makes Anna both very realistic and very annoying to me. Never has this been better expressed.

Fast forward several years, and Anna is now fifteen. Not to mention he was one of the scientists who ingllaterra on the atom bombs.

En LA Batalla De Inglaterra/the Other Way Round

It was amazing the way she made the best out of everything for her family. I’d forgotten — or perhaps never truly appreciated — how real the threat of invasion felt, as the British watched other European countries fall underneath Nazi jackboots and knew that only a thin strip of water separated them from the same fate.

Well, ds is an OK book, with some interesting developments bahalla not badly written. My favorite characters in this installment were Max and Cousin Otto. Her family is in extreme poverty, she leaves school, does a secretarial course, finds work.

Return to Book Page. Also, Anna seemed really immature for batslla age. Bombs on Aunt Dainty followed the lives of Anna and her family in London after their move from Paris. I know almost all of the places she mentions, but in a later incarnation.

But it wasn’t until many years later as a bookseller shelving in the children’s section that I realised the author was one and the same – little Anna had grown up and achieved her dream. There are little details that made me stop and shiver.

From things I’ve read, it sounds like most of the story is related to her family and her own life.