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Between Shades of Grey by Ruta Sepetys – review
If You Like… is a feature highlighting blogger recommendations for books, authors, TV shows, movies, and music based on the things you already know and love. Recommended by Liz Consumed by Books :. What books, movies, tv, and music would you recommend for fans of Between Shades of Gray? Share your own suggestions in the comments! My Family for the War by Anne Voorhoeve: Another book that looks at a less commonly depicted side of the war. About a girl who is Jewish by heritage, but raised Christian, and sent on the Kindertransport to England to get away from the devastation of her hometown in Germany. The Reader listed in Movies is also a book by Bernhard Schlink, and available in audio.
Readers can read all books for free, without any ads and give the authors feedback. Books that perform well based on their reader engagement are published by Inkitt in different formats and channels. - Hauntingly told in first person, Between Shades of Gray pulls you into a part of history that you may not know much about.
Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. What are some books similar to between shades of grey? I just finished between shades of grey and it was so good, honestly now that I've finished it I'm just kinda wondering what to do because I don't have another book to read. I like the topic and stuff so it'd be nice if anyone knows any books about how the Soviet Union sent people from the Baltic I like the topic and stuff so it'd be nice if anyone knows any books about how the Soviet Union sent people from the Baltic countries to prison camps and labor camps. No dumb answers either, if you're gonna answer me with some rude comment just don't answer at all.