Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Hardcover vs Paperback 167

A moving and haunting novel for readers of The Book Thief.

Fifteen-year-old Lina is a Lithuanian girl living an ordinary life--until Soviet officers invade her home and tear her family apart. Separated from her father and forced onto a crowded train, Lina, her mother, and her young brother make their way to a Siberian work camp, where they are forced to fight for their lives. Lina finds solace in her art, documenting these events by drawing. Risking everything, she imbeds clues in her drawings of their location and secretly passes them along, hoping her drawings will make their way to her father's prison camp. But will strength, love, and hope be enough for Lina and her family to survive?

This powerful tale of heartbreak and hope is sure to haunt readers long after they finish the last page.
I definitely gravitate towards the paperback, that image is a lot more memorable for me. The hardcover while still simple has just enough going on to make it a little less memorable. 


  1. I love the paperback *-*

  2. I like both, but I'm slightly partial to the hardcover. Not sure why.


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