Sandra A True Story

Sandra A True Story

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by Alexander Hope
     
 

In the first years of her life, four-year old Sandra has endured TB, the death of her mother, and the abandonment of her father. It is 1938 and Hitler runs Sandra's homeland and much of the homeland of Germany's neighbors.

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In the first years of her life, four-year old Sandra has endured TB, the death of her mother, and the abandonment of her father. It is 1938 and Hitler runs Sandra's homeland and much of the homeland of Germany's neighbors.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044864535
Publisher:
Alexander Hope
Publication date:
08/23/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
287,385
File size:
501 KB

Meet the Author

I’m an old man who is ever so astonished by the human brain. In my long life I have owned over three hundred businesses; from a potato farm, a pumice mine, and a gold mine; to a casino, an insurance company, and a bank. I knew very little about the products of these many companies, with the exception of the acting school, but I was brilliant enough to hire brilliant people to make my ownership delightful.


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Sandra A True Story 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Started out as a moving tale of Nazi Germany during the war thru the eyes of a young child. However, the ending was terribly disappointing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a free book through Barnes & Noble and I'm glad I didn't pay for it. It starts out with Sandra as a young girl being dropped off at her grandparents, who she loves, by her dad, who she hates. From then on Sandra and her best friend, Lena, learn about Nazis and Jews and the war. I realize everything is told through Sandra's point of view, but sometimes it's just strange. She says she's raped, but tells the story that she consented. She's so beautiful and is better than other people through the rest of the book, especially the end.