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Salt to the Sea New York Times Bestseller And Winner Of The Carnegie Medal Masterfully Crafted The Wall Street JournalFor Readers Of Between Shades Of GrayandAll The Light We Cannot See, Ruta Sepetysreturns To WWII In This Epic Novel Thatshines A Light On One Of The War S Most Devastatingyet UnknowntragediesWorld War II Is Drawing To A Close In East Prussia And Thousands Of Refugees Are On A Desperate Trek Toward Freedom, Many With Something To HideAmong Them AreJoana, Emilia, And Florian, Whose Paths Converge En Route To Theship That Promises Salvation, The Wilhelm Gustloff Forced By Circumstance To Unite, The Three Find Their Strength, Courage, And Trust In Each Other Testedwith Each Step Closer To Safety Just When It Seems Freedom Is Within Their Grasp, Tragedy Strikes Notcountry, Nor Culture, Nor Status Matter As All Ten Thousand Peopleadults And Children Alikeaboard Must Fight For The Same Thing SurvivalTold In Alternating Points Of View And Perfect For Fans Of Anthony Doerr S Pulitzer Prize Winning All The Light We Cannot See, Erik Larson S Dead Wake, And Elizabeth Wein S Printz Honor Book Code Name Verity, This Masterful Work Of Historical Fiction Is Inspired By The Real Life Tragedy That Was The Sinking Of The Wilhelm Gustloffthe Greatest Maritime Disaster In History As She Did In Between Shades Of Gray, Ruta Sepetys Unearths A Shockingly Little Known Casualty Of A Gruesome War, And Proves That Humanity And Love Can Prevail, Even In The Darkest Of HoursPraise For Salt To The Sea Featured On NPR S Morning Edition Superlativemasterfully Crafted A Powerful Work Of Historical Fiction The Wall Street JournalSepetys Is A Master Of YA Fictionshe Once Again Anchors A Panoramic View Of Epic Tragedy In Perspectives That Feel Deeply Textured And Immediate Entertainment WeeklyRivetingpowerfulhaunting The Washington PostCompelling For Both Adult And Teenage Readers New York Times Book ReviewIntimate, Extraordinary, Artfully Craftedbrilliant Shelf Awareness Historical Fiction At Its Very, Very Best The Globe And MailH Aunting, Heartbreaking, Hopeful And Altogether Gorgeousone Of The Best Young Adult Novels To Appear In A Very Long Time Salt Lake TribuneThis Haunting Gem Of A Novel Begs To Be Remembered Booklist Artfully Told And Sensitively Craftedwill Leave Readers Weeping School Library Journal A PW And SLJ Book Of The YearPraise For Between Shades Of Gray ANew York TimesNotable Book A Wall Street JournalBest Childrens Book A PW, SLJ, Booklist, And KirkusBest Book ITunes Rewind Best Teen Novel A Carnegie Medal AndWilliam C Morris Finalist A New York Timesand InternationalBestseller Few Books Are Beautifully Written, Fewer Still Are Important This Novel Is Both The Washington PostA N Important Book That Deserves The Widest Possible Readership Booklist


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6 thoughts on “Salt to the Sea

  1. says:

    Libro che ho apprezzato per la qualit della scrittura e la fusione di elementi storici con gli accadimenti dei protagonisti.Ruta Sepetys ci regala un manoscritto che inneggia al sacrificio di vittime innocenti e all umanita dei pochi di fronte alla sorte ineluttabile.


  2. says:

    Great book I read it in a couple of days. It s very interesting, I loved the characters and the storyline


  3. says:

    I haven t read an historical fiction in a while This is also my first Sepetys novel.We follow 4 different characters that, as usual with this type of narration, met and are somehow connected to one another.As I was expecting this was a pretty sad read I didn t cry or anything but I felt the


  4. says:

    Salt to the Sea tells of four passengers on the ill fated Wilhelm Gusloff, a luxury cruise liner turned into supply and medical ship, last voyage on the Baltic Sea in 1945 The Wilhelm Gustloff is a tragedy greater than the Titanic About 9K died To tell this story, Ruta Sepetys chose a really unique


  5. says:

    I ve studied World War II for years I ve read countless books, both nonfiction and fiction, and watched a lot of documentaries My undergrad degree is even in history But somehow, before SALT TO THE SEA, I d only heard about the Wilhelm Gustloff once.One mention of such an immense tragedy.I m thankful to Ruta


  6. says:

    Hitler s voice was being broadcast on shipboard radios on the anniversary of his appointment as chancellor of Germany, on a ship named after a prominent Nazi, Wilhelm Gustloff, a ship with the capacity of 1,463 but stuffed instead with 10,573 sailors, soldiers and predominately with women and children But no one on b


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