MISHA AND THE WOLVES – Review by Liz Braun

A Belgian immigrant named Misha Defonseca told a particularly harrowing story about her childhood experiences during World War II. Separated from her beloved parents, Fonseca determined at age 7 to run away from her adoptive family and walk to Germany to find her transported mother and father. She lived out the war in the woods, moving constantly, foraging for food and living adjacent to a wolf pack that protected her. Or did she? Misha and The Wolves is a masterpiece of misdirection and yarn-spinning

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