In My Enemy's House by Carol Matas

I am actually very surprised I have not reviewed this book on my blog before. I usually read it once a year or so. It takes an afternoon and is a very quick good read.

In My Enemy's House is a book about a Jew girl, her family, and her journey into Germany. Maria or Marisa starts off a weak girl who faints at everything and grows into a strong woman who is quick on her feet and survives.

There isn't much to say about the story. Obviously it's a slightly different take on a greatly know story. I would however love to know if she does eventually met up with her not-cousin and her two younger siblings and if her father survives or not.

I am also unsure about how I feel about dream warnings. Are they true or not... Great book and I should look into more books by Carol Matas