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Jeannette Katzir is a natural storyteller, and the story flows well.
I definitely recommend this book to people with an interest in either the Holocaust or anyone would likes a good story about family problems. =)
I hope that others will learn whatever lessons they can from the pain that this family suffered through.
Broken Birds is an excellent title for Jeannette katzir's novel.
From the first few pages I was immediately taken with her straight from the heart writing. Read more
I always admire the honesty of those who write memoirs and personal family history, and I find that this book has an important lesson to teach.Published on June 6, 2012 by Harvee L.
Broken Birds: the Story of My Momila examines the depth of horror that results from surviving the Holocaust (and fighting with the resistance) and the impact it contributes to a... Read morePublished on May 23, 2012 by Charles S. Weinblatt
For the purpose of this review the author provided me with a Microsoft Word copy of her work, so I have not read the actual e-book. Read morePublished on February 12, 2012 by R. Garcia
"Broken Birds: The Story of My Momila" by Jeannette Katzir is an autobiographical work which relates the experiences of her parents, both Holocaust survivors. Read morePublished on October 2, 2011 by jane
It's interesting to me that no matter what happens human nature doesn't change. Circumstances change, places change, but human nature? Not so much. Read morePublished on September 19, 2011 by J. Steed
Channa and Nathan grew up during the Holocaust. They had to endure a very harsh childhood and grew up very quickly due to their circumstances. Read morePublished on July 24, 2011 by Jessa Larsen
The difficulty with reviewing memoires is that you are basically reviewing someone's life. The author is actually a character in the story. Read morePublished on July 14, 2011 by Jesi Lea Ryan
Jaclyn's parents, Channa and Nathan Poltzer, grew up during the horrors of the Holocaust. Channa was a resistance fighter while Nathan was in a concentration camp. Read morePublished on July 11, 2011 by Evangeline Han