I bought this after seeing the "5-Star" reviews others had posted for it.
All I can say, after spending a whole ten minutes reading the entire "book", is that if something so short and so poorly written were to be handed in as homework to a Year 9 English teacher it would be rejected, not only for it's brevity but also for it's writing style.
Ms Kidwell's "take" on that most heinous of crimes, the Holocaust, is trite, exploitative and skewed in the extreme. Her fundamentalist Christian "beliefs" colour her writing, colour it to such an extent that she cannot pen even the shortest of stories, about a fictional Jewish child's experiences, without bringing her own religious dogma to bear.
This is a short fiction to be avoided, it has no narrative, no character development, to be honest it has no "characters" at all! Ms Kidwell not only plays "fast and loose" with the story of the Holocaust but also disrespects all those who died and suffered at the hands of it's perpetrators.
I have only given it a "Star" because I would not be able to write this without doing so.