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A difficult book to put down. Well worth reading,
By A Customer
This review is from: Where Birds Don't Sing: Dutch Holocaust Trilogy (Paperback)
Where Birds Don't Sing was both a gripping read and a serious account of the holocaust. The way the book was written, alternating between the present and the past meant you felt driven to keep going, just to keep up with the fast moving story. The characters were so real but so ordinary too, which brought home the horror and the reality of the situation. Despite reading a number of books on this subject I still find it difficult to believe that humanity could stoop so low to think they could wipe out the jewish race to satisfy their preducices and evil intent. This book serves to remind us, lest we all forget. ----- I am trying hard to source Alan's first book in the trylogy, Windmills without much success. If anyone would be prepared to loan it to me, I'd be grateful.
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Initial post: 15 Jan 2011 12:51:28 GMT
Alan Clegg says:
"Windmills" my first book, is now out on Kindle books just downlaod the Kindle app to ny platform and read on!! Any comments would be appreciated!!
In reply to an earlier post on 14 Nov 2011 20:21:16 GMT
Amazon Customer says:
Is there a third book in the series????? I loved windmills...but have read where birds don't sing over and over?!
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