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The Orphan’s Tale by Pam Jenoff

Four Stars

Run away to the circus. It is not an unheard of means of escaping reality. But, what if running away to the circus means hiding under the cover of the Big Top while WWII bombs burst overhead? The circus becomes a family for cast-offs through various circumstances, and none more so in Jenoff’s death-defying novel.

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