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The Road To Hell (Life In Hitler's Crosshairs) Paperback – August 28, 2014
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About the Author
Constance Krail-Self is the author of Life in Hitler’s Crosshairs. Her sequel, The Road To Hell, is inspired by stories from her life in Augsburg, Bavaria. Her mother's family emigrated from Poland, where her family owned a Polish butcher shop, and her father's from Germany. Having lived in Germany for several years, she heard many tales from survivors of WWII that are recounted in her novel. The author currently lives in Northern California with her family and pets.
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This book, "The Road to Hell", continues the story, but somehow draws you into Marta's world even more (if that were possible!) and really re-educated me on the horrors of this war. I didn't quite remember from my school years how many people, countries, buildings, etc. had been destroyed during WWII. This account, while being an extremely good read, also reminded me of the extent of the atrocities of not only Adolf Hitler, but Joseph Stalin as well. I loved how Marta's commentary was really well-written information on the progress of the War. You were right there with Hitler and his staff while they were discussing it. You were also there with Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin peering into their minds as they were dealing with each other. Very interesting stuff!
My favorite part was the fate of Marta's grandmother's brooch. I loved how she tied the two books together with it and ended the story.
It is apparent that this was a labor of love for this author as it has been well-researched and written. I can't say enough about it and encourage everyone to read it!