Like "Life of Pi", the movie give it away at the beginning (we saw Pi as an older man, recounting his experience. In the book we don't know whether he'll live or die until the end). It will be much better if we are surprised when we hear the teacher, for the first time, reveal the destiny of the children. That will be shocking for even the most hardened hearts.
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Hitler's Angel is about a girl called Leni and a boy called Otto. They had fled the Nazis, to England, but then they are recruited. Recruited for a secret operation -- they have to kidnap a girl and take her to England. She could destroy Hitler's regime.
It's an amazing story, woven with intrigue, telling the whole terrifying adventure.
It all comes down to one question: who is Angelika, the Hitler's Angel? What is her real identity?
Something unique, that you can't put down.
Hitler's Angel -- a future hit among twelve year olds.
Reviewed by Emily Green, 10 yrs old, 1st May, 2012.