by Mario Escobar
A compelling novel told from the viewpoint of one mother during WWII. The focus was on her survival and that of her children. Historically, there was factual information, although the author did take some liberties in the telling of the story. This novel also focuses on another group of people persecuted by the Nazis, that of the gypsies of Europe. The book is an easy read and is not quite as graphic as some other novels written about camps run by the Nazis during WWII.