it's nazi germany, world war 2--and robert lewandowski might just be the only reason zsófia, a hungarian jew, ends up surviving auschwitz.
I don't mean to come off as rude, but it would be spelled Zsófi (unless she has a name in another language as well). And since Hungarian is big on pet names as well, you could also use Zsófika or Zsófikám (my Zsófi, pretty much). Hope this helps (:
I LOVE LOVE LOVE period stories and I also love the period of the Second World War - this proves to be a very interesting book and quite the complicated storyline - and I love it! ❤
As someone who studied about the holocaust, I have to say that I really appreciate how accurate this story is, at least so far. I'm having mixed emotion to Robert's character for obvious reasons but I really like this book :)
So is this like another version of identity right? I'm loving it already :)
My cousin's name lmao. She stayed over for one summer and it was awkward af
If you need any help with Hungarian customs, culture, or names, feel free to message me! I'd be happy to help (: