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The boy at the top of the mountain (original: 2015; edição: 2016)

de John Boyne

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"A young orphan ends up living in Hitler's home during WWII"--
Membro:lisbethc
Título:The boy at the top of the mountain
Autores:John Boyne
Informação:New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2016.
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Etiquetas:WWII, bedbag

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The Boy at the Top of the Mountain de John Boyne (2015)

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This is a fictional book starts off in Paris in the 1930s a young boy named Pierrot who has a French Mother and German Father. Pierrot best friend is a deaf boy called Anshel.
His Dad leaves then his Mum dies of fever.
Pierrot is alone Anshel Mum cant look after him as they are Jewish and times are tough enough for them.
Pierrot is sent to an Orphanage
Out of the blue Pierrot's Aunt who is Hitlers live in House keeper sends for him, quickly Pierrot has to adapt his name is chsnged to Pieter a more German name.
Pieter slowly gets on well with Hitler he is taking under his wing. Pieter is slowly brainwashed and gets far to big for his boots.
Pieter changes from his old innocent self he no longer writes to Anshel he enjoys wearing the uniform of the Hitler youth. He betrays his Aunt and the Chauffer.

Eventually Hitler kills himself the Allies catch Pierrot/Pieter throw him in jail after the War. He eventually makes it back to Paris after a sad and lonely existence and finally meets Anshel again who is now a World class author.

Good book this very easy to read. ( )
  Daftboy1 | Jun 11, 2020 |
Kind of depressing. I was hoping for a HOORAY type story... not so much. Easy read. Go for it. ( )
  nwieme | Mar 19, 2020 |
This was a very thought provoking book. I have always been interested in WWII and the part that Hitler played. This story makes me wonder how anyone can be made to believe in such evil, and why. Was it because of Pierrot's age, that Hitler was able to take him? Was it because of his father fighting in WWI and his beliefs? This story made me uncomfortable yet hopeful at the same time. I believe that all children should read this in school, while learning about WWII, as a cautionary tale, of what can happen when you let yourself be influenced by others. ( )
  kswinney01 | Mar 12, 2020 |
Kurang puas dengan bagian akhirnya karena terlalu lunak.
Sebenarnya menderita tapi gaya berceritanya yang terlalu lembut membuat penderitaannya tidak terasa. ( )
  Titut | Feb 10, 2020 |
Leeftijd: 12 - 15 jaar, maar persoonlijk vind ik 12 nog wel erg jong voor dit soort boeken.

Het is toegankelijk en begrijpelijk geschreven. Sommige stukken zijn wat minder prettig, maar bevatten geen gruwelijke details.

Dit boek is geen vrolijk boek. Het begint al met de ruzies die de vader en moeder van Pierrot hebben. Wilhelm Fischer, de vader van Pierrot was een Duits soldaat die in de Grote Oorlog had gevochten en daar veel had meegemaakt. Teveel zelfs. Emilie, Pierrot's moeder was een Franse. Zij zei altijd dat haar man niet in de oorlog was gestorven, maar dat het wel zijn dood was geworden.

Toen Pierrot 4 was, is verdween zijn vader zonder een spoor achter te laten. Later hoorde ze dat hij een ongeluk had gehad in Duitsland en daar was overleden. Zijn moeder stond er alleen voor, en zorgde goed voor hem, tot ook zij plotseling ziek werd (tuberculose) en overleed. In eerste instantie werd de jongen opgevangen door zijn benedenburen, de Joodse familie Bronstein, maar al gauw werd dat te moeilijk voor de alleenstaande moeder, en verhuisde Pierrot naar een weeshuis in Orleans.

Vanuit het weeshuis wordt Pierrot naar zijn tante in Oostenrijk gestuurd, waar hij kon gaan leven met zijn tante en het personeel in een mooi huis op een berg. Dat huis blijkt de 'Berghof' te zijn in Obersalzberg, eigendom van een meneer Hitler Vanaf dat moment verandert het leven van de jongen heel snel. Eerst wordt hij gedwongen zijn naam te veranderen in Pieter, later komt hij steeds meer onder de indruk van Hitler en zijn gedachten.

De jongen is later mede-verantwoordelijk voor de dood van zijn tante, de chauffeur en een aantal anderen.

Na de oorlog zit hij een tijdje in een gevangenenkamp. Na omzwervingen door België en Nederland (waar hij een tijdje onderwijzer is) komt hij weer terug in Parijs waar hij zijn belevenissen verteld aan zijn vriend Bronstein, die de oorlog overleefd heeft en nu een schrijver is geworden.

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  EdwinKort | Oct 18, 2019 |
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