This was an eye opening book. I had heard of Anne Frank when we studied the camps, etc in history class but I had never sat down and read her diary entries. This book gave a picture of not only a girl and her family's struggles but also an honest portrait of a teenage girl going through what many teens experience even to this day....parent issues, love issues, etc. It was a look at WW2 that I had heard about but never really understood until reading this book. I did not have the emotional reaction that I had expected but this was a wonderful, poinient book that was a phenomenal read.
-- Tue Oct 11, 2011 7:34 pm --
I must have had a copy paste incident sorry guys