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  • This book was really hard to put down. Just loved it. Full of twists and turns along with some great history of WWII. My first Ben Elton read, and keen to try some other's of his.

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  • Two Brothers, Two girls, no winners

    A very well written, fresh take on a familiar subject. Heartbreaking realism and superb imagery. Definitely worth a read.

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  • Twists and turns

    Gives amazing insight into the life of the Jewish people in Germany as the Nazi regime gained power, linked with a powerful love story

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  • Absolutely Absorbing

    I constantly found myself guessing and changing my opinion as to who the narrator is, and how all the pieces would lie at the end of the game - and could hardly put the book down, even on holiday. Prepare to feel deeply for the Stengels - and perhaps hate smug Dagmar just a little!

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  • Makes you think about race and religion.

    A great thought provoking book. Two boys brought up at the same time, by the same parents, with the same love. Then war and Germany changes things. Couldn't put it down.

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