The Red Scarf – Kate Furnivall

May 20, 2009

The Red Scarf The story starts out in a woman’s labor

camp in Siberia in 1933. These women are practically worked to death and starved to death and it is unbelievable to read about not only what

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I loved this book and it has some interesting unexpected twists and turns. These are very difficult times in Russia and poverty and fear are everywhere but there is also a beautiful love story that will melt your heart in the midst of all the ugliness.

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  • Teresa

    I read, many many years ago, a book similar to this but I beleive it was a young girl being raised by grandma in a Siberian work camp. I can not remember the title (Exiled? maybe) and would like to know if any one could help me with this book. I would like to read it now that I am older to see what view I have of this story now. Thanks,