Berlin, August Sabine Lives In A Cramped Apartment With Her Grandmother, Mother, And Older Half Brother, Erich, In East Berlin Where Neighbors Spy On Each Other, Books Are Forbidden, And Sometimes People Disappear In The Middle Of The Night To The West When Sabine Discovers A Forgotten Underground Bunker, She First Uses It To Escape Her Crowded Home After The Soviets Build A Barrier Through The Middle Of Berlin, Sabine Thinks Of A New Use For The Bunker Could It Take Her Family Under The Wall To Freedom Or Are Their Lives In Danger Than Ever This book was as good as the first book in the series, Candy Bombers Candy Bombers left you wanting as did Beetle Bunker Very interesting story to spark an interest in learning about WW II. In this book you will go on a journey to Berlin in 1961 Where a wall divides the city and has guards all around it, not allowing anyone to pass through There are some people who have tried, some make it out and some do not You will follow the main characters to see what their life is like and what they plan to do about their situation I found that this book took a little while to pick up speed, but overall it was a good book to read.
Robert Elmer is a former reporter and ad copywriter who writes part time from his home in the Pacific Northwest He is the author of over fifty books, including nine contemporary novels for the adult Christian audience, two nonfiction titles, and seven series for younger readers He s also a contributor to kids versions of the popular Case for books co authored with Lee Strobel Among kids,
- 160 pages
- Beetle Bunker (The Wall #2)
- Robert Elmer
- 08 October 2019 Robert Elmer