Somewhere in the World (Paperback)
Liza Giesemann is 15 years old. She and her family have been detained in a concentration camp for two years. Her childhood in Hamburg is only a distant memory. When Liza has to board a train going east, a journey begins that brings her closer and closer to mortal danger - because Liza is Jewish.
Fee-Christine Aks lives and works in Hamburg, Germany. She has studied in Germany, England and Sweden and gathered many impressions on her trips around the world that inspire her literary works. She writes historic-modern fiction for young readers and adults. This novel is part of her novel series "Lost Youth" about the time of National Socialism. More about the author on www.fee-christine-aks.com and on www.facebook.com/feechristine.aks