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Dvancing Red Army The ship was overcrowded with than 10500 passengers the intended capacity was approximately 1800 and than 9000 people including 5000 children lost their lives Sepetys writer of 'Between Shades of Gray' crafts four fictionalized but historically accurate voices to convey the real life tragedy Joana a. 45 starsNo wonder SALT TO THE SEA won the 2016 Goodreads Choice Award for Young Adult Fiction It s pretty darn captivating Every time I finish reading an historical novel especially the WWII ones I find the need to congratulate myself It s no secret that those novels are usually heavy in emotions and historical elementsYet Ruta Sepetys made reading this YA historical novel so easy I didn t even feel the necessity to take a dozen breaks between chapters And that s because it s soAccessible You don t have to be a university student to understand fully what happens in this book You don t even need to be knowledgeable about World War II The only thing you need to do is pay close attention to what the characters are sayingWhich isn t hard at all Ruta Sepetys writing is simple enough that we understand absolutely everything she is saying but not so simple that it feels as if it were written by a kindergartener It s actually very lyr

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Salt to the Sea

While the Titanic and Lusitania are both well documented disasters the single greatest tragedy in maritime history is the little known January 30 1945 sinking in the Baltic Sea by a Soviet submarine of the Wilhelm Gustloff a German cruise liner that was supposed to ferry wartime personnel and refugees to safety from the a. This swift footed kind hearted historical is intensely satisfying in just about all the ways a novel can be satisfying Without further ado here are five things you should know about it before picking it up1 A lot of times historical fiction shows its work As a history major I don t mind a research filled brick of a book but I d think carefully about who I recommended it to Historical can be dense Salt to the Sea is not that book Sepetys chooses her word battles carefully for an incredibly fast read Short chapters elbow you and say read just one right until the book is all gone2 I wanted to call this a thriller when I first started typing up this recommendation but the term s not uite right It s uite fast paced but THRILLER feels wrong it s not uite got that frantic electricity ADVENTURE is closer but still wrong Shouldn t there be jeeps and a comic relief side kick in an adventure There s mostly just soldiers and frostbite and abandoned soup in

Ruta Sepetys ☆ 5 review

Lithuanian with nursing experience; Florian a Prussian soldier fleeing the Nazis with stolen treasure; and Emilia a Polish girl close to the end of her pregnancy converge on their escape journeys as Russian troops advance; each will eventually meet Albert a Nazi peon with delusions of grandeur assigned to the Gustloff dec. Such a beautiful yet tragic story Ruta Sepetys has such a way with words Video review to come


10 thoughts on “Salt to the Sea

  1. says:

    I try I really do but Sepetys's war stories do nothing for me Yes I know I'm in the minority I was one of few who didn't love her deb

  2. says:

    I have never been so simultaneously sad and angry while reading a book in my whole life

  3. says:

    This swift footed kind hearted historical is intensely satisfying in just about all the ways a novel can be satisfying Wit

  4. says:

    45 This book was beautiful It's gonna take a minute for all my thoughts to set in Video review to come

  5. says:

    45 starsNo wonder SALT TO THE SEA won the 2016 Goodreads Choice Award for Young Adult Fiction It’s pretty darn captivating Every time I finish reading an historical novel especially the WWII ones I find the need to congratulate myself It’s no secret that those novels are usually heavy in emotions and historical elemen

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    Update Here is my video review book is a masterpiece It takes place during WW2 and follows 4 characters as they are seeking freedom on the Wilhelm Gustloff a ship that promises safety to all Going into it I was very apprehensive about reading it Historical fiction is not a genre I typically reach for But this book blew me away It's safe to say that this book was the best book I have read this year The writing in the book was so phenomena

  7. says:

    Such a beautiful yet tragic story Ruta Sepetys has such a way with words Video review to come

  8. says:

    “How foolish to believe we are powerful than the sea or the sky” ALL THE FEELS Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys nurtured my body it fed my soul it made my heart soar I also had a wave of despair and a feeling of intense longing

  9. says:

    Ruta's work is a gift

  10. says:

    “Joana Vilkas your daughter your sister She is salt to the sea”I’ve been waiting for this book ever since I finished reading Between Shades of Grey back in AugustI’ll admit that I had very high expections for this bo