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  • Haunting, moving, and gritty!

    The Survivors is an edgy, poignant tale that sweeps you away to the Graufeld Displaced Persons Camp, post-WWII, where thousands of people live in cramped conditions with basic rations while they struggle to comprehend the horrors they’ve endured, find love ones possibly lost forever, protect their beloved, rebuild lives, and for some hide from the justice they deserve. The prose is tense and mysterious. The characters are scared, vulnerable, and resilient. And the plot, set in Germany during the mid-1940s, is an exceptionally enthralling tale about life, love, strength, bravery, deception, loss, injustice, hope, survival, the aftermath of war, and the powerful bonds between a mother and her daughter. Overall, The Survivors is a magical blend of historical facts, cat-and-mouse mystique, thrilling fiction, and heartwrenching emotion that does a beautiful job of reminding us that humanity can not only be barbaric and cruel but also incredibly compassionate, resilient, and kind.

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  • Good easy read

    Was an enjoyable read although a bit short. Would like to see what happends next with some of the characters.

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  • The Survivor

    I absolutely loved this novel! Lots of twists and turns. This is the first book from this author ...but won't be the last! Excellent read ...I highly recommend!!!

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  • Engrossing thriller

    Klara Janowska and her daughter Alicja are Polish refugees in a camp in Germany. Klara was once part of the Resistance in Poland. She witnessed the cruelty of the Nazis. Klara spots a man in the refugee camp who is linked to her past. This man, an SS officer called Oskar Scholz, knows Klara's secret, just as Klara knows his. Both warily circle each other, trying to outwit and defeat the other. Kate Furnivall reveals more and more in a series of flashbacks. Klara is the heroine, but she is not whiter than white. She has had to make choices to survive in order to protect her daughter.This is a great page turner. I will definitely read another novel by this author.

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  • Griping

    Compulsive reading, believable and informative. Enjoyed the strong female characters.

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