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Too much pain to go thru to follow the plot. It made it all very depressing.
Hard to think about.
One has to give credence to the idea that the author wrote in 24 days and was trying to convey the treachery of the Gestapo, SS, and the Nazi regime. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dale
I can't believe this is based on a true story. I had never thought of the perspective of the non-Jewish, anti-Nazi German people. This is a great story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christine Teipen Smith
The 1st half of the book is annoying. It try to classify that Germans as if the educated , skilled and hard working Germans where always anti-nazi while the criminal, lazey and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by yoav weisman
A powerful story of how citizens were oppressed and how they resisted during the Nazi regime. An illustration of the importance of individual morality in the face of an evil... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not finished yet.....but loving it. So beautifully written and edifying. Quite a bunch of characters....Published 3 months ago by har dc
Dive into the depths of Nazi Germany. Experience the fear that comes from defying its strangling totalitarianism while maintaining personal integrity with little hope of a better... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bill Bangham
It really captured the paranoia the Germans were felt during the war years. A simple innocent error could spell disaster.Published 3 months ago by Joanna Semanske