Review from OnlineBookClub.org
The book is enthralling and the end is really satisfying.
I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. The author creates emotional appeal when he writes about the experiences of non-Aryan during The Nazi rule. There is a lot to learn from the book, for instance, enabling the world to understand the dire consequences of ruling with selfish intent. The book is written in clear, simple language with a steady flow of events that make it easy to read. Through various characters, the author showcases major aspects of French culture as well as the general life in military camps. I recommend this book to anyone above the age of seventeen because of its simple structure. The author makes it easy to understand how life was after the Second World War.