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Dasvidaniya Kindle Edition
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Dasvidanya is a tragic story of violence and loss. The author has taken time to create characters and a story that will be intriguing to the reader. The narrative is in need to a good edit as there are numerous issues in the early chapters that serve as a distraction to the reader. For a time I thought the author did this on purpose to show how quickly the characters were speaking, but after reading the sections several times, it became clear this was just sloppy spacing. Overall, it was good and I feel the author should be proud.
The story pace is steady with a little flip flopping between the present and the past. Being a Polish Jew was hard on Mordecai, who couldn't stand injustice. As a Polish citizen he was required to do a mandatory military stint but still experienced anti-Semitic sentiments/persecution from his fellow countrymen. Mordecai had an interesting life that was unfortunately filled with violence and tragedy. The only fault I had with the story was there were no quotation marks and some irregular spacing. It was hard to know sometimes if that was what Mordecai was thinking or saying. Overall, great read but does need a little editing changes.
While this is not the type of book I would normally read I really did enjoy it and enjoyed getting to know the characters and how their lives were affected during such a volatile time.