4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The story was very interesting...,
By A Customer
This review is from: Briar Rose (Mass Market Paperback)
The time our teacher told us about this book I was curious about it. How could Sleeping Beauty (Briar Rose) can somehow connect to a holocaust story? A fairy tale and a tragedy? When I started reading it, I thought the first few chapters were boring, but when it got to the part where the main character, Becca, have gotten to the place her grandmother's track seem to lay, the book became a page turner. The part where Joseph Potocki tells about the past was the best part. It's amazing how the author blended a tale and a horrible story together. It somehow made the story less horrible than it really is. And it gave it's reader a tale to remember...