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This is an excellent novel exposing what life was like in Nazi Germany's Berlin in World War II.
At times it reads like a thriller; at others it is a series quiet reflections by his main characters or detached observations by the narrator.
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.
Extraordinary. A work of art and a monument to moral courage. Tragedy in the greatnest level of the Greek tragics.Published 1 day ago by Roberto Rodriguez Abreu
similar to other books I have read about the war but with different twists and points in the telling--I did not care for the way it ended it sort of left everything hanging.Published 7 days ago by Ruth Ullman
This is a wonderful book by an accomplished author whose own story is as tragic as the plot of the book. Highly recommended.Published 8 days ago by snickers
Harrowing, dark and unrelentingly sad, the author enables the reader to see why no German resistance to Hitler's regime succeeded.Published 13 days ago by Dooney Bear
Grim and understandably so; but the author permits us a slim golden thread of courage and hope. Was it enough?Published 25 days ago by Patrick T. Narcisi
Fallada provides an interesting perspective on oppression in Nazi Germany. He tells the story of a German couple's silent struggle to resist Hitlers regime. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Renzo A. Meza
This book is a must read for anyone interested in learning an important lesson in history.Published 1 month ago by Debra Dickerson
It is fascinating At first I thought it was fiction, but than I read that it was based on a true story and it is
very hard to understand how low humans can sink when it comes... Read more