But Can the Phoenix Sing?

But Can the Phoenix Sing With the Nazis tightening their death grip on the Warsaw Ghetto Misha Edelman escapes through the sewers Taking on a new identity he joins a band desperately trying to fight back and save as many Je

  • Title: But Can the Phoenix Sing?
  • Author: Christa Laird
  • ISBN: 9780688158606
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • With the Nazis tightening their death grip on the Warsaw Ghetto, Misha Edelman escapes through the sewers Taking on a new identity, he joins a band desperately trying to fight back and save as many Jews as they can But survival comes at a heavy cost Thirty years later, trying to come to terms with all he has done and seen, Misha writes an autobiographical letter to theWith the Nazis tightening their death grip on the Warsaw Ghetto, Misha Edelman escapes through the sewers Taking on a new identity, he joins a band desperately trying to fight back and save as many Jews as they can But survival comes at a heavy cost Thirty years later, trying to come to terms with all he has done and seen, Misha writes an autobiographical letter to the stepson who wonders why he always seems so stern and forbidding An inspiring affirmation of life The Horn Book Thrilling action and complex moral issues Booklist

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    638 thoughts on “But Can the Phoenix Sing?”

    1. The bulk of this story, about a teenage boy who struggles to survive through a series of fateful circumstances in Poland and Germany during World War II, is quite good and interesting (as much as these types of stories can be called as such, considering the amount of true horror involved). I did not particularly care for the premise that has the story told in letter format to the now-adult man's stepson. And the stepson's letters to his girlfriend were especially unnecessary. It was, in fact, ju [...]


    2. This is a great book. I remember reading it when I was probably no more than eleven or twelve years old. I'm definitely going to read it again someday to see if I still love it like I did then.I remember this book being full of great writing and emotion. It dealt with the dangers so many people had to face when Nazis invaded their homeland. This book is definitely worth the read.



    3. This novel takes the form of letters from an adult man to his hostile stepson as he attempts to come to terms with his own traumatic past and to heal some of the rifts that have occurred in their relationship with one another. In these letters he recounts his experiences as a teenager in the Warsaw Ghetto, his subsequent escape and his life as an underground resistance fighter in a war-torn Europe under a brutal dictatorship. A thought-provoking and moving blend of real historical facts and fict [...]


    4. The book that i am reviewing is But can the Phoenix Sing: A compelling story of unrelenting courage in nazi-occupied poland the author is Christa Laird. This book is about how a teenaged boy named Misha Edelman a survivor of the warsaw ghetto, And how he makes it threw his traumatizing circumstances. He has to leave behind his family and escapes the threw the sewers and soon to freedom. Misha was rescued and lead through the sewers and forest by Eva a young partisan. In the forested and threw ou [...]


    5. Small print made this story of danger, hunger, and fighting in the Polish forests and cities during the back end of WWII even grimmer. Very well done.


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