I am David
6 journalers for this copy...
From the library's book sale table, bought specifically for bookcrossing.
The moving story of a boy who escapes from a concentration camp (presumably a Stalinist camp somewhere in Eastern Europe, though the author carefully never specifies who the they are that he is escaping), and, armed only with his strong sense of right and wrong, makes his way to Denmark, where he has been told freedom awaits.
Journal Entry 3
University of Canterbury, Ilam Fields in Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on Friday, January 30, 2009
Released 10 yrs ago (1/29/2009 UTC) at University of Canterbury, Ilam Fields in Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand
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On a seat.
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It is just so intriguing that I found this book today (Friday) when my entire family has gone away for the weekend. I have made no plans - thought about going to the movies maybe and now I have this book. So I am going to have a real quiet weekend reading! Thank you FutureCat for leaving it on the seat next to the University playing fields in Ilam.
CAUGHT IN CHRISTCHURCH CANTERBURY NEW ZEALAND
I was quite suprised to find the book outside my work on Albert Street in Central Auckland. I looked around for cameras thinking it was a practical joke. Anyway I haven't read the book so have passed onto a friend who is going to travel around South America. I wonder who will find it next....
CAUGHT IN AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND
Journal Entry 6
on Friday, June 12, 2009
So my friend gave me the book to go traveling with which was awesome because traveling up South America we had some loooooong drive days. I thought the book was ok...not really my cup of tea but then it is aimed at younger people. Glad I read it anyway. So I wanted to take the book with me to Canada to leave but re-assessed the situation when my bags were on the weight limit! So I left it in a hotel in Quito, Equador with the hope that an english-speaking person will find it!
I found this book on the shelf in a hotel in Quito, I was waiting for my taxi to the airport and I was bored, so I started reading this book. Not a bad book, I had just read the boy in the striped pajamas which was about a similar subject. I took it with me to Easter Island where I had several rainy days to finish it and I left it on the shelf in my hotel for the next lucky reader to find.
CAUGHT IN QUITO ECUADOR
Journal Entry 8
on Monday, June 29, 2009
I picked up this book in a hotel on Easter Island, they didn't have many English books so that's how I found this one. I enjoyed the story and was pleased with the ending, though the book is aimed at a younger reader I still recommend it.
I'm now in Buenos Aires so I'm going to book swap it here, I hope someone else finds it and enjoys it.