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The cage

Megan Shepherd

The cage

  • 214 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science fiction,
  • Human-alien encounters,
  • Telepathy,
  • Extraterrestrial beings,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Alien abduction,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Cora wakes up in a cage on an alien planet where she meets the Kindred, her mysterious alien captors, and along with other teenager abductees must find a way to escape back to Earth.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Megan Shepherd
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.S54374 Cag 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination385 pages
    Number of Pages385
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27180341M
    ISBN 100062243055
    ISBN 109780062243058
    LC Control Number2014030624
    OCLC/WorldCa892055814

    This block will remain in place until legal guidance changes. I think this story was interesting because I learned a lot from it and realized how the holocaust was and what they would do to Jews, or just anyone who got in their way. Why did the Holocaust even have to happen? Click here to learn more details about this segment and how you can do this with your family! Riva's brother, Laibele, contracts tuberculosis. Fortunately I find no fault with it because of that.

    Eventually, the Nazi determines that Riva and her brothers should be deported to Auschwitz. This is one of those selections. So her brothers wanted to help her so they gathered all the bread they had to buy Riva vitamins to drink for her bones to get strong again. They are fed food through the wire mesh of fences. In "Auschwitz' everyone had to take all there belongings and put them in a pile, they had to take all their Close off and their heads were shaven.

    Nothing was fake or made up. The "strangers" are nicknamed "the Doctor" and "Mole" by the people who have incarcerated them. She feels blessed that she is alive to tell her story, but she can never forget the terrible battles that she had to endure on a daily basis. Steam touches her skin. Ultimately, this personal account helps the reader to understand the many trials and tribulations that are faced by Riva.


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That is why this book deserves five stars. I thought this was a great book. Once Riva arrives at Auschwitz, she is separated from her family and she spends only one week there.

B2 Mar 20, This book is about a teenage girl named Riva. Why won't they say clearly what has happened to them? She reiterates to her daughter that the past should never be forgotten because it tends to stay with a person even if most of the factors are considerably negative.

Instead, Riva was granted custody of her brothers in return for giving up the privileges of a child. A: The internal conflict of the story was when Riva was wondering why the Nazis and Hitler were so mean and cold-hearted.

Huynh Jun 3, This book is about a young girl named Riva. A: The protagonist is Riva. There was constant fear that the Germans would take Laibele away as had become the habit when dealing with the sick and the old.

She is freed by the ruusians. Born in Montreal, she now lives in Boston with a small land carnivore, her cat. Her body will jerk at first beneath their strength, then slowly slacken. I also thought this book taught me something because in this book the author is saying how it was like in the past with the NAZIs and Hitler.

After he returned to England from Vietnam, Tom made a new life. During the Tet Offensive, Tom was captured by the Vietcong. The ice cube makes the bones of her hand ache.

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There were happy parts and then sad. His gallantry earned him a chestful of medals, including the Silver Star, one of the highest decorations awarded by the American Army.

She understands that if the cage fails in any way, they will kill her. She also was wondering why their main guard was helping her when she was sick and letting her do the poetry with all the other Jewish slave was forced to do.

He married, became a father, and started a successful career in business. She is then given old clothes that do not fit well. It was interesting to read about Poland and how the Jews there dealt with what was happening and I would like to find more of them.

Soon her finger got better and the doctor didn't have to cut it off. They were pushed into showers with cold water and had to eat boiled grass.

This traumatizes Riva and she is not sure what to make of her life. The doctor looked at her finger and said it doesn't get better we will have to cut your hand off. This really puts a visual in my mind when she is sitting in the hospital in the camps she is laying there thinking she was gonna be okay and that shes eventually going to see her brothers and sisters soon.

Within the last part of The Cage, Riva reminisces about her horrible past while living in the concentration camps. Ultimately, this personal account helps the reader to understand the many trials and tribulations that are faced by Riva.

Other than these minor things, I can't find anything wrong with the book.The Cage; Buy this book. Teenaged Riva narrates the suffering of her family during the Holocaust.

As PW said, ""Her story wrenches the heart, but makes one rejoice as well."". The Cage was her first book; she is also the author of To Life, and The Holocaust atlasbowling.com Edition: Reissue.

Jan 28,  · Their cage is placed over a septic tank, or "sewage pit" as it is usually called in the novel. They have to live in their own excremental filth, so there are many allusions to the stench that.

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