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Mila 18 Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1983
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"Not only authentic as history . . . . It is convincing as fiction . . . . The story of a sacrifice that had real meaning and will forever be remembered . . . . A fine and important novel." -- The New York Times
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Like other Uris novels, "Mila 18" takes some energy to plow through. Given the gravity of the subject, it might be among the most difficult of his books to read. But the effort is well worthwhile. You'll not only be rewarded with powerful storytelling, but you'll also be awakened to one of the great struggles that occurred during the dark years of the 20th century. And Leon Uris will probably be remembered as one of the most important voices of this struggle.
As the resistance forces in the ghetto begin to realize that they cannot stave off the Nazi onslaught indefinitely, the desperation increases... and one man on the other side of the wall (the reporter Christopher de Monti) willingly enters the ghetto. The woman he loves is there.Read more ›
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Great book . I read it every year. The characters are so compelling. You love them or hate them .Published 4 days ago by Diane L. Dearborn
I love this book and the characters. It is perfect. You never want to put it down. Another word is masterpiece.Published 8 days ago by Bob Feist
Mila 18 was an amazing tale of the hardships of World War Two. It told the tale of the Warsaw Uprising, which I recommend to anyone who is interested in the treatment of Jews... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
You know how the story ultimately ends, but despite that, the characters make you hope that perhaps it won't really happen. Great writing, great voices. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Karen Garnich
I was hesitant to start this long book, but could not put it own. Was excellent regardless of the topic.Published 16 days ago by lynda m farner
This story of the Warsaw Jewsand what they went through is stunning. Very hearfelt and well told story of tragedy, courage, and indomitable will. Read morePublished 16 days ago by M. Griffith
Uris makes a mystery of finding what Mila 18 means, & it's worth the wait; a page-turner worth the time for a thoughtful ending.Published 1 month ago by mishmallowbichon
This story was such a heart breaking story. Knowing that things like what was in the book were based on true happenings, what was done to the Jews just heart wrenching. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karen F. Evans