About the Author
Ben, his wife Sophie, and their three children divide their time between their homes in Australia and the UK.
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Listened to this on audible, his best work to date. A lot more serious than his previous novels but even though the book is about such a serious topic Ben Elton manages to bring... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Neil
A great deal of research - and as it turns out family history - has gone into this book. I rarely cry when reading a story, but this book moved me to tears. Read morePublished 20 days ago by megan
I've read all of Ben Elton's books and for me this one seemed atypical in that it didn't have some obvious hook (time travel, the environment, celebrity culture) to pique my... Read morePublished 22 days ago by M. Bryant
I really enjoyed this novel this subject has been covered in countless books but this one had something about it that I enjoyed.
Its worth a read
Fantastic book, Eltons best book yet!
The characters live with you long after finishing reading, cannot praise this story too highly!
I read a lot and some are great reads and yet I rarely feel the need to write a review however this book I feel should almost be one of those they make compulsive reading at... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christopher Nash
Fantastic book page turner from the start. Afterword is truly inspirational told with pride and humility.Published 2 months ago by granny Pat
A reminder of the inhumanity that can be shown when intolerance, ignorance and fear are given a foothold in governing society. Read morePublished 2 months ago by AnnemarieRoberts
A heartbreaking story of a Jewish family in Nazi Germany, so well written. It really brings home to you the atrocities inflicted upon them as they struggled just to exist.Published 2 months ago by Judith Dwyer