A Ritchie Boy
Eli Stoff, a Jew, escapes from Vienna and finds sanctuary in the United States of America. To help his new country, he later joins the United States military to fight the Naizs who forced him to leave his home. He becomes part of an undercover intelligence unit known as the Ritchie Boys. This book explains how Eli got involved in the military and his time during it. This story has personal triumph and the power of family and friends.
The author made the book very interesting by making every chapter a different point of view from each character. This definitely helped the book move along and changed things up. It also was very detailed and described very well, so it was very easy to imagine the story and characters. It also was intriguing because it helped me learn more about World War II and how the United States was involved. Eli is a very relatable character, he has to deal with moving to a whole new country and not knowing anyone. Which people can relate to having to move around so much and making new friends. This book does consist of 224 pages, so it did not take long to read. All in all, I do recommend reading A Ritchie Boy.
Editor’s Note: This book is intended for adult readers. There may be content not appropriate for those under the age of 18.
|Page Count||224 pages|
|Publisher||She Writes Press|
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