The Rabbit Girls




      The Rabbit Girls
Berlin, 1989 As the wall between East and West falls, Miriam Winter cares for her dying father, Henryk When he cries out for someone named Frieda and Miriam discovers an Auschwitz tattoo hidden under his watch strap Henryk s secret history begins to unravel.Searching for clues of her father s past, Miriam finds an inmate uniform from the Ravensbr ck women s camp concealed among her mother s things Within its seams are dozens of letters to Henryk written by Frieda The letters reveal the disturbing truth about the Rabbit Girls , young women experimented on at the camp And amid their tales of sacrifice and endurance, Miriam pieces together a love story that has been hidden away in Henryk s heart for almost fifty years.Inspired by these extraordinary women, Miriam strives to break through the walls she has built around herself Because even in the darkest of times, hope can survive. Download The Rabbit Girls – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 396 pages
  • The Rabbit Girls
  • Anna Ellory
  • English
  • 08 March 2018

10 thoughts on “ The Rabbit Girls

  1. Holly says:

    Well, this was a terrible conglomeration of infidelity, hidden letters, domestic abuse, the Holocaust, and a dying father all rolled into one book that I absolutely would have DNF d if I could I did not intentionally read two books about the Holocaust back to back, unfortunately both book clubs I am in happened to pick a Holocaust book this month the other book was The Tattooist of Auschwitz And out of the two I would recommend reading neither, but I would kind of recommend burning this one Well, this was a terrible conglomeration of infidelity, hidden letters, domestic abuse, the Holocaust, and a dying father all rolled into one book that I absolutely would have DNF d if I could I did not intentionally read two books about the Holocaust back to back, unfortunately both book clubs I am in happened to pick a Holocaust book this month the other book was The Tattooist of Auschwitz And out of the two I would recommend reading neither, but I would kind of recommend burning this one.Spoiler book summary view spoiler A woman who unbeknownst to her was being drugged by her abusive supervillain esqe husband escaped from him in order to find and care for her dying father, then finds some hidden letters in her deceased mother s closet that turn out to be from her father s mistress that were written while she was held in concentration camps and who turns out to ...

  2. Paige says:

    This centers around Miriam who is the present day character,so than focusing on the past and Henryk Miriam is not only givenchapters than Henryk, but her chapters are also notably longer The dictation of Miriam s chapters typically either focus on her repetitive inquiry into the letters she found that are related to her father Henryk or her personal life and the problems that she has with her abusive husband Henryk s chapter s typically focus on his own marital problems rather This centers around Miriam who is the present day character,so than focusing on the past and Henryk Miriam is not only givenchapters than Henryk, but her chapters are also notably longer The dictation of Miriam s chapters typically either focus on her repetitive inquiry into the letters she found that are related to her father Henryk or her personal life and the problems that she has with her abusive husband Henryk s chapter s typically focus on his own marital problems rather than the historical context that he experienced.This being said, only about 15% of the story was of historical relevance There was nothing historically integrated that was new information The rabbit girls , or the guinea pigs who were experimented on, have been given voices through other novels The details about them were not elaborate either.The beginning was very slow to start The story only starts ...

  3. Barbara says:

    If you ve just picked this one as your AugustPrime First Read then you are in for a treat eventually The first quarter of this book is slow really slow and I wondered if I d made a mistake in choosing it That said, once it gets going, it s as if it s a completely different book.Two characters tell their stories directly Miriam and her father Henryk and a third tells hers via letters hidden inside the seams and pockets of an inmate s uniform from one of Germany s If you ve just picked this one as your AugustPrime First Read then you are in for a treat eventually The first quarter of this book is slow really slow and I wondered if I d made a mistake in choosing ...

  4. Page Turner says:

    The book had a slow start and I found the plot was convoluted and difficult to follow at times Towards the end things moved fast and it started to makesense The isolated moments began to fit together.

  5. Erika Vopnford says:

    This book was barely enjoyable I started reading it because it was supposed to be a historical fiction about the Rabbit Girls during WWII Unfortunately, this is not accurate The author tries to fit too many genres in one book, m...

  6. Michaela Savage-Clowes says:

    I picked this book as myfirst reads for August, not really expecting too much and then not able to stop reading It s a story that will stay with me.

  7. Books on Stereo says:

    The Rabbit Girls is sadly another generic historical fiction title May revisit this in the future, but highly unlikely.

  8. Kate says:

    A deeply moving and upsetting story about the suffering of the so called Rabbit Girls in Ravensbruck concentration camp The narrative moves between the unhappy Miriam, writing in Germany in 1989 as the Berlin Wall tumbled, the letters of Frieda, smuggled out of Ravensbruck, and the reminiscences of Henryk, father of Miriam and the lover of Frieda, who is now facing his death Parts aresuccessful than most with the most memorable se...

  9. Erika Demaggio says:

    This one will get you I normally power through books like this in a day or two, but the dark reality of the Holocaust that this book highlights made me slow down and take it in pieces Even taking a day off in between ...

  10. Jennifer says:

    BeautifulThe trauma of a country gone insane The trauma created by those who prey on others The trauma of those who bear witness The trauma of those who survive The strength of the human spirit despite evil in this world This novel covers it all.

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