The Puppet Boy of Warsaw


The Puppet Boy of Warsaw
Author(s): Eva Weaver


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Mika, a Jewish boy, inherits a coat from his grandfather and discovers a puppet in one of its many secret pockets. He becomes a puppeteer in the Warsaw ghetto, but when his talent is discovered, Mika is forced to entertain the occupying German troops. It is also the story of Max, a German soldier stationed in Warsaw, whose experiences in Poland and later in Siberia's Gulag show a different side to the Second World War.

... her characters are so engaging that it is easy to forge an emotional connection to them' - Waterstone's customer review
  • Read by: Tim Bruce
  • No. of CDs: 9
  • ISBN: 978-0-85735-688-8
  • Playing time: 11hrs 30mins