CM Magazine praises Graffiti Knight as “second to none”
Posted on September 20th, 2013 by pajamapress
“Karen Bass’ depiction of life in post-war Eastern Germany is incredibly gripping and informative. As young adult war-related historical fiction goes, this book is second to none. The story is loosely based on the true story of a close family friend of the author, making her protagonist all the more realistic and relatable. Readers will find themselves seeing the war-ravaged vantages through Wilm’s eyes and feeling his pulse racing as Wilm sprints from the scene of his crimes, avoiding enraged Soviet officers and Schupo. Wilm’s triumphs and fears become the readers’ own. I believe this book could well be used as a supplement to World War II historical education in Canadian high schools. Highly recommended.”
— Amy Trepanier
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