The Man in the Box



The Man in the Box To thirteen-year-old Niki Lukasser, World War II Best Download The Man in the Box by Thomas Moran For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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The Man in the Box  By Thomas Moran IBN : 1573226491 Format : Paperback – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • The Man in the Box
  • Thomas Moran
  • English
  • 26 December 2017
  • 1573226491

15 thoughts on “The Man in the Box

  1. Chris says:

    I like this book a lot The only thing that bothered me was that I could never figure out if Niki was a boy or a girl It was sort of ambiguous, I though.

  2. Rebecca says:

    The book starts, During the war, we kept our Jew in a box This is one of my favorite books It s is evocative, terrifying, gripping, melancholy and miraculous The capacity for evil, love, and growth is explored Never saccharine, and deeply meaningful, this is a wonderful book It s about a Jewish doctor who is hidden by a family, whose son he once saved His only contact is the son and his blind girlfriend The novel is about the doctor and the teenagers, as they grow and he regresses from The book starts, During the war, we kept our Jew in a box This is one of my favorite books It s is evocative, terrifying, gripping, melancholy and miraculous The capacity for evil, love, and growth is explored Never saccharine, and deeply meaningful, this is a wonderful book It s about a Jewish doctor who is hidden by a family, whose son he once saved His only contact is the son and his blind girlfr...

  3. Caroline says:

    Throughout the book I couldn t help but be amazed how the characters seemed to think the Jew should be grateful, ignoring the fact this man was living in a coffin sized boxed, unable to move about, consisti...

  4. Linzi Farris says:

    This book is about the Holocaust and a Jewish man the Nazis kept in a box It is a realistic fiction book with some fantastical pieces This would need be read to an upper elementary student because some of the issues aremature...

  5. Rich says:

    A work of fiction about a Jewish doctor hidden by an Austrian family The small town of Sankt Vero is the setting for this story told by an adolescent boy, Niki Trying to maintain some kind of normalcy surrounded by extraordinary circumstances and unique characters leads to a very interesting tale.

  6. Daniel Evans says:

    recommendable

  7. Rachel says:

    The characters were perfect.

  8. Jean says:

    another holocaust book, but really good

  9. Beth Shields-Szostak says:

    1st edition

  10. Elizabeth says:

    I was so excited about this book I set it aside so I would be able to dedicatetime to it s storyline Unfortunately I only set myself up for disappointment The Title storyline was interesting, I can understand the need for an outside storyline because how many interesting pages could be expected from the point of one man trapped in a box for day after day, week after week, year after year However the juxtaposed life of the fellow villagers far to often turned to orgy esque I was so excited about this book I set it aside so I would be able to dedicatetime to it s storyline Unfortunately I only set myself up for disappointment The Title storyline was interesting, I can understand the need for an outside storyline because how many interesting pages could be expected from the point of one man trapped in a box for day after day, week aft...

  11. Carolyn Mck says:

    Writers continue to find new ways to write about the Holocaust The man in the box is a Jew, Dr Weiss, who is hidden by a family in an Austrian village in recognition of the fact that he saved the life of the son of the family some years before The son Niki, now 13, is given responsibility for taking food to Dr Weiss each day He shares his secret with his blind friend, Sigi and together they come to know the Dr s story and begin to understand the complexity of people s humanity, inhumanity and Writers continue to find new ways to write about the Holocaust The man in the box is a Jew, Dr Weiss, who is hidden by a family in an Austrian village in recognition of the fact that he saved the life of the son of the family some years before The son Niki, now 13, is given responsibility for taking food to Dr Weiss each day He shares his secret with his blind friend, Sigi and together they come to...

  12. Mel says:

    The story of the man in the box is so secondary to the obsession of the pubescent children of the village Is there really nothing else to do than to play with themselves and be concerned with who had sex with whom I was terribly disappointed with this aspect of the book Some of the writing is good One can feel compassion and sympathy for the main character when an accident happens But the good parts are so far and few between all the sex that the book didn t become interesting until page The story of the man in the box is so secondary to the obsession of the pubescent children of the village Is there really nothing else to do than to play with themselves and be concerned with who had sex with whom I was terribly disappointed with this aspect of the book Some of the writing is good One can feel compass...

  13. Galicius says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Hard going with this one already from chapter 2 It seems there isabout some young teenagers than about the man in the box It doesn t look like I will get very far with this though it was highly reco...

  14. Laurie Jameson says:

    This was not the type of story I was expecting Instead of being about The Man in the Box , it wasabout a teenage boy s coming of age It was still a good read, just not what I thought it would be.

  15. Gerry says:

    Holocaust era Austrian family hides a Jewish Doctor, and two teenagers are his only contact with the outside world Disappointingly narrated only from kids view, with little insight into the doctor s perspective.

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