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All My Love, Detrick: A Historical Novel Of Love And Survival During The Holocaust (All My Love Detrick Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This is a difficult book to review because I have both pros and cons.
-I like the topic of a WWII setting in a novel.
-I really liked the main characters of Detrick and Jacob Abdenstern and the father/son type relationship that they formed especially when Detrick's own father fell short in many ways.
-I admired Detrick for standing up for what he believes in no matter the cost.
-Overall, the story line held my interest and there were a few surprises.
-I found myself scrolling back and forth and rereading sections because the chronology seemed off in parts.
-There were some awkward sentences and misspellings that made certain parts a bit tedious to read. I usually don't comment on grammar/spelling errors unless it impacts the story, and unfortunately it did in parts of this book.
-Some of the historical facts were not accurate.
In the end, I'd give this novel 3.5 stars.
The young German discovers a father's love in the bicycle mechanic and sees first hand the effects of Nazi policies concerning the Jews.