This book is from the view point of a nine year old, taking place in World War Two. The son of a military commander in Hitler's forces gets moved near one of the camps they had for any Jewish people, and the boy finds the fence seperating them. The boy meets another boy and, even through a fence, they become friends. The whole book is interesting to read through the eyes of a nine year old because you can tell what he's talking about, but he doesn't understand it. John Boyne's Boy in the Striped Pajamas is a great read and I'd recommend it to anybody.
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