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Warsaw The Warsaw Ghetto 1942 Adam Duritz, A Jewish Policeman, Is Charged With The Duty Of Selecting Five People Each Day To Be Transported To Treblinka Or Else He Will Be Selected Himself.Thomas Abendroth Is A German Soldier, Trying His Best To Retain His Humanity In The Inhumane Ghetto Thomas Befriends Adam Both Men Make Enemies Of Other People In Power Though.Yet, Far Than His Friendship With The German, Adam Realises That His Salvation Resides In His Love For Jessica Rubenstein If He Can Save Her, He May Also Save Himself.Their Fates And Those Of Others Will Intertwine And Be Decided During A Climactic Evening On The Streets Of The Ghetto, Where Love And Tragedy Abound And Collide.Warsaw Is A Novel Which Lingers Long In The Heart And Mind For Fans Of Dostoyevsky S Crime Punishment And Thomas Keneally S Schindler S Ark.

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10 thoughts on “Warsaw

  1. says:

    A heartbreaking account of life in the Warsaw ghetto that uses a mix of historical fiction and fact to bring to life the relationship between the Jewish captives, the unrelenting SS, and the the powerless Wermarcht troops.The book itself suffers from a slow start that will undoubtedly throw some readers off, especially combined wuth the author s frustrating habit of using both first and last names to identify his characters with no conceivable logic to how he switches between them That beeing s A heartbreaking account of life in the Warsaw ghetto that uses a mix of historical fiction and fact to bring to life the relations...

  2. says:

    They say this is a book that lingers in the heart and mind however, it only lingers because you wonder how it managed to get published in the first place The writing was bad and, as another said, trivialized the suffering of the inhabitants of the Warsaw ghetto I finally had to give up on the book after about the 25% mark on my Kindle as I just couldn t stomach reading it any longer Additionally, the fact that this bo...

  3. says:

    Good from the historical point of view but the style didn t work for meBoth this book and my reactions to it are full of contradictions On the one hand, it is a well researched historical novel which allows the reader to appreciate in a small way the horrors of the ghetto on Warsaw That one does not comprehend life in the ghettofully is not the author s fault How could one understand such appalling circumstances without having experienced them However, for me, at least the characters Good from the historical point of view but the style didn t work for meBoth this book...

  4. says:

    I was ready to put it down after the first few pages because it was not grasping my attention Paragraphs, with all its grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors, were much too long Then, the author change...

  5. says:

    I don t really know how I got so far into this before I put it aside, but it became a matter of time only before my stubbornness not to fail to finish ran out and I gave in I used to pride myself on never having not finished a book, but these days, I ve got better things to do better books to read...

  6. says:

    I would have enjoyed this story but the spelling and grammar mistakes were really bad Also there was no clear distinction when the story moved to a new setting or character so it hot a bit confusing A shame really I wondered who edited it because they spoiled the enjoyment of this story.

  7. says:

    Got through a quarter of the book but could not make myself continue The writing is poor author used 10 words when a single would suffice and he was very stingy with commas, which made reading the text a chore And the characters were all unappealing a self involved Jewish policeman who carries out the Nazi orders and uses his position to rape a girl he had admired before the war, the Nazi Colonel who is educated, compassionate, and supposedly empathetic to the Jews but who watches as they Got through a quarter of the book but could not make myself continue The writing is poor author used 10 words when a single ...

  8. says:

    I slogged all the way through this because on some level I guess I wanted to see how it turned out Not because I found any of the characters appealing, other than perhaps the really unlikely Good German Wehrmacht officer There were a number of inconsistencies and anachronisms in this book And the name Jessica in the Warsaw ghetto Simply sounds like too much a modern popular name to be realistic These sound like trivialities but contribute to a flip flopping plot intended, with superfluous l I slogged all the way through thi...

  9. says:

    Good read but poor editing.Good read but many spelling and grammatical errors Also poor spelling Took awhile to follow the thread of this novel.

  10. says:

    Despite being an area of personal interest for fiction and nonfiction alike, I found myself skipping chunks Overall I liked the storyline, it just didn t hold my interest throughout.

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