Reading this masterful novel was both painful and exhausting. Every Man Dies Alone is the story of what it was like to live in Berlin in the early 1940s. Written by someone who lived through it, the novel shows how everyone suffered under the political system of Nazi rule.
Publisher: Borzoi/KnopfPublication: March 2006Source: Library copy. A very torn and tattered library copy that has been read so many times that the pages now have a cloth-like softness about them. And, thankfully, only one unidentified thing that looks like a… Read More ›
Title: An Honorable German: A Novel of World War IIAuthor: Charles McCainPublisher: NY: Hachette Book Group, 2009ISBN-13: 978-0446538985**Mass Market Paperback release: May 31, 2010** Date read: January 3, 2010 This book caught my eye on the new book display at… Read More ›