Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman
A book review by Madeline Soucie
Ever since Gretchen Muller’s father died while protecting her uncle when she was a child, Gretchen has grown up in Munich under her Uncle Dolf’s wing. She is like his little pet, protected by the National Socialist Party from the bad parts of the world and taught to hate the “dirty” Jews.
But when she meets a Jewish reporter who claims to know a different side to her father’s death, she must choose between taking a leap of faith and trusting him — and altering her life forever — or staying safe under her uncle’s protection. After all, Uncle Adolf would never lie, right?
This story uses fictional characters and real events to tell a part of Adolf Hitler’s life that not everyone may know about: How he became the head of the Nazi’s and their anti-Jew campaign.
Find it in APL TEEN Fiction YA FIC Blankman, A.