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The book tells the story of a number of ordinary German citizens living in Berlin and its surroundings during World War Two.
This book will (or should) make you think about your own fears of authority, your own action priorities, and your own behavior in the face of "the inevitable."
Author Hans Fallada came across a file - for Every Man Dies Alone IS based on a true story - and wrote his book in under a month.
It is depressing but fascinating. Not predictable so much as inevitable. But some gleams of light.Published 3 days ago by Lucia Bogatay
A sad grim book about life in wartime Berlin. Based on a true story, an older working class man and his wife, whose only child has been killed in the invasion of France, decide... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Frances Verrinder
Poignant view of the insanity and corruption that existed for non-Jewish Germans during the Reich, from a person who lived through it.Published 17 days ago by Paul Littman
Compelling drama. Intimate insight of the plight of German civilians during WW2.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
One of the best books I've ever read. I have read two other books by Hans Fallada. All incredible. His life story is also an amazing read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carol O. Weinberg
The simplicity of this story about the rise of Nazi Germany
makes it that much more terrifying.
The author portrays a society built on fear and hate, with the inevitable result that it consumes its own. A masterpiece!
The emotional power and insight of Darkness at Noon.