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Laura P. said:
A young Jewish girl is smuggled across the border from Hungary to Romania to protect her from evacuation and death. Her parents do not escape. Eva, now Anca is raised by her father's sister and her Romanian husband. Her life is basically humdrum. No emotionally fulfilling relationships as a child or an adult. No love. No fun. Anca rarely laughs or cries. Maybe the author was trying to show the greyness of life in a communist country. Unfortunately it's just a little too bland. When Anca goes back to being Eva and returns to Hungary it's kind of interesting but we never really get inside her head. It's hard to care.
posted Oct 22, 2012 at 3:54PM
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