Hattie, King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls
Salt to the Sea
Salt to the Sea was very moving and gave a new insight into the stories of those who lost their homes and lives to World War 2. At the start, I wasn’t too keen on the book as it was a bit confusing and did have to re-read a couple of chapters but once I got into the story, it was very moving. I loved how the story gave more than one viewpoint on the story and repeated a few events to get a full insight. I liked the fact that you got to see the characters meet each other and overcome barriers to become close to each other. They all had secrets that they managed to overcome with each other’s help.
Overall I enjoyed this book and it was extremely hard-hitting on the reality of war from all sides and it given me a new-found sympathy for all refugees of war.
Posted on: 16th June 2017 at 07:51 am
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