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'Clean, crisp and unencumbered. Pick . . . creates small moments that are both lovely and frightening . . . It's very deftly structures and the storytelling is seamless' ( Globe and Mail )
'Somewhere between a book and a miracle' (Catherine Ryan Hyde, author of Love in the Present Tense )
'A nuanced and layered portrait of betrayal . . . An intriguing experiment in the art of storytelling' ( Montreal Gazette )
'Expertly crafted in every sense' (thestar.com)
'Pick unties the dark knots of the past to imagine the stories that could never otherwise be known' (Marina Endicott, author of Good to a Fault )
The history of the Kindertransport and one family's desperate struggle to escape Czechoslovakia during the Nazi invasion.See all Product Description
Thoughtful and griping. A book which gives a real understanding of how Jewish children were sent to England nefore ww2.Published 2 months ago by Debbie Lamont
this is one of the best short novels I have ever read, had it on holiday last year, didn't put it downPublished 16 months ago by vi madden
A interesting tale nothing new added that I didn't already know or had read before
and a few twists that were so obvious the book might as well been written in neon
'Far to go' has received quite a number of very good reviews which is why I bought it. My reading experience wasn't as positive as that. Read morePublished on 11 July 2013 by H. Lacroix
A moving story about a Jewish Czeck family during the war.
Narrated by the family's nanny Marta , it tells the tale of the pre war German occupation of Czechoslovakia , the... Read more
This beautifully written book follows the story of a wealthy secular Jewish family in Czechoslovakia just as the Germans are about to take over the Sudetenland. Read morePublished on 2 April 2013 by Marand
This is the story of a Jewish family, the Bauers, who live in Czechoslovakia, and the governess who looks after their son Pepik. Read morePublished on 22 Feb. 2013 by Sasha