I enjoy books relating to the victory of people surviving great anguish and Ted Decker has done that with this book. He has also given a deeper meaning as to what it is to search with an obsession for the deeper meaning of life
one of the best Dekker novels I have read. Easy to read with a comfortable amount of history woven into the plot.
Terrible! Terrible! Terrible!!! and stupid!!! Unrealistic & dumb!!!
Do not waste your time. Shame on Audible for selling this junk!!!
What works? Dekker's use of Nazi Germany and present day and his ability to tie them together into a moderately interesting mystery.
What doesn't work? Drawing out the ending to an almost painful extent. And the scene in the car I honestly got confused.
All in all not the best Dekker book I've read, but not the worst Dekker book I've read either.
What a wonderful book of friendship and love, wrapped in current times and World War 2, about finding your family and recognizing the one you already have. All the while remembering, we live for those who came before us.
This book is very different than some mystery novels. I like the twists and turns. I also like the reality of the holocost in this book and how it works into the story.
I've been listening to books from Audible regularly as I run for several years. This book offers the worst combination of an extremely lame, formulaic book and an incompetant narrator. As I was away from home for several weeks and unable to download better listening material for my long daily runs, I stuck with it in hope that the book and the reader could redeem themselves. They did NOT, if anything both went even further downhill. Do not buy this book!