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  • Impressive in every sense of the word

    This is perhaps the most impressive book I have ever read. I could not put it down, despite it leaving me deeply shaken and thoroughly horrified.

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  • Zeer lezenswaardig

    Een dik boek en soms wel even worstelen, maar toch zeer de moeite waard. Beschrijft de nazi Endlösung in detail.

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  • Better luck next time

    Littell had the chance to have written something extraordinary...if only The good It's not very often that we get to see the in german side of WWII, so i really enjoyed that to begin with. The Nazi fall is particularly interesting, and the best part of the book is without a doubt the fall of Berlin. Then, I really liked reading about the bureaucratic side of war, about the so called "paper" soldiers. I know a lot of people complained about that, but it's fascinating how important it was for the germans to make all actions to at least seem/look justifiable and more than that legal. But what i really liked about the book (also because I'm quite fascinated with WWII) was that i felt right in the middle of the conflict, which brings me exactly to what I didn't like about the book. The bad I hated that he takes us off the fall of Berlin, right in the middle of the action, in the best chapter of the book, for a completely ridiculous chapter in the house of his brother-in-law. I hated how he goes light on Stalingrad, again right in the middle of it (he's shot and then we have pages and pages of dreams). But what i disliked the most was Aue's connection to his sister. I've found to be highly unnecessary,ridiculous, distracting and quite annoying to tell you the truth.

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