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A small review,
By A Customer
This review is from: The Odessa File (Paperback)
Fascinating, shocking and just plain amazing. This is a book that demands to be read. I would challenge a man to put the book down when Forsyth describes the appaling conditions of the concentration camps. The twist at the end hits you like a train that seems to come back again and again. But this book also raises difficult questions. You are left wondering how humanity can stoop to such lows as those that Forsyth describes throughout the book and at more than one time is a chill sent down your spine with the thought "could this ever happen again?". Set over 40 years ago this book still seems relevent and that makes Forsyth the master of the storytelling.