Prisoner B-3087 Audiobook, which is based on the true story of Jack Gruener, shows how one boy was tortured for six long years by being put in ten concentration camps, having to do work, going on death marches, riding in cattle cars, being beaten, and starving to death.
Prisoner B-3087 Audiobook – Storyline And Review:
|Name:||Prisoner B-3087 Audiobook|
|Published:||March 1, 2013.|
|Genre:||Historic Ficiton, Young Adult, Holocaust, Historical.|
|Rating:||4.35 Star Review|
It was extremely difficult to imagine that many people at the time were affected by the events depicted in Prisoner B-3087 Audio. It was awful and truly frightful. And the fact that the real Yanek had endured and emerged from that terrible nightmare was something that no one could possibly comprehend.
Prisoner B-3087 Audiobook is a popular Holocaust Historic Book written by Alan Gratz. The book was originally published on March 1, 2013. It follows the genre of Historic Ficiton, Young Adult, Holocaust, Historical, Fiction, War And Book. The book has a rating of 4.45 Star Review on GoodReads.
Ten-year-old Jewish Yanek Gruener lives in Poland in the late 1930s. Yanek’s journey through the Jewish ghetto and ten different concentration camps begins when the Nazis take over his town one day. Yanek sits back and watches as the people and things he loves are taken away from him.
There is only survival; there is no escape. Yanek vows to fight by living to carry on the memory of those who were lost each time he barely eludes death or watches the Nazis brutally murder those around him. Based on a true story, Prisoner B-3087 is an amazing and gripping account of Yanek’s survival in ten different Nazi concentration camps. The following section provides an explanation of the novel’s real-life Yanek Gruener and his experiences.
About The Author (Alan Gratz):
Prisoner B-3087, Code of Honor, Grenade, Something Rotten, and Refugee are among the 17 books written by Alan Michael Gratz for young adults. Alan Gratz was born in Tennessee’s Knoxville.