Soldier X

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Speak, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
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Sixteen-year-old Erik Brandt barely knows what Germany is fighting for when he is drafted into Hitler's army in 1944. Sent to the killing fields of the Eastern Front, he is surrounded by unimaginable sights, more horrific than he ever thought possible. It's kill or be killed, and it seems clear that Erik's days are numbered. Until, covered in blood and seriously injured, he conceives of another way to survive. Filled with gritty and visceral detail, Soldier X will change the way every reader thinks about the reality of war.

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The novel Soldier X is an action packed adventure that is so accurate it feels real. This book is an amazing book for some one who loves war history. and even there is a little love story behind it. The book is written in a way that is relatable so most people will enjoy it.

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The author's purpose in the book "Soldier X" was to inform the reader about what happened in Eric Brandt's life as a sixteen year old soldier in the height of World War II. The book is written in ... Read full review



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Wulffson is a former English teacher in the Los Angeles public school system.