Author is an excellent story teller and he created a story that I found riveting.
A good story and also a fascinating study of unintended consequences and how we recapture our past and its impact on our lives.
I read this book for the first time many years ago, and I have re-read it a couple of times since then.
There is something immensely appealing about small books. In an age when bigger is better, and publishers produce books of 400 pages with enormous font and large paragraph spacing... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kiwiflora
A WWII story as viewed from the perspective of living in an occupied country. Written by a Dutch author who writes with a haunting rhythm.Published 3 months ago by MBSILVERMAN
A good story and also a fascinating study of unintended consequences and how we recapture our past and its impact on our lives.Published 5 months ago by Edie Smith
This book that I purchased in supposed good condition has a part torn off binding and cover; stained and bent cover; writing in the book; bent pages.Published 7 months ago by Judith M. McLean
This book is a amazing it takes place in Holland the main character is a twelve year old boy named Anton Steenwijk whose family suspected of killing Fake Ploeg a Nazi collaborator... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Noah
The quality of writing held my attention completely. A story of a child's loss that the grown man attempted to ignore. Read morePublished 10 months ago by May Gordon
I read this book simply because it was required for a college class, however I ended up really enjoying it.Published 11 months ago by Savannah Amos
Excellent story. The phenomenon of time is tightly woven into the sense of location and event. Characterizations are subtle; we see perspectives change as the main character grows... Read morePublished 12 months ago by J. E. Dykas
In postwar literature the horrors of Naziism tend to be painted in broad strokes. Writers like Gunter Grass and Heinrich Boll have created masterpieces in which they explore the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by M. C. Buell