This is the saddest book I have ever read! It struck my soul to its core. Because I read for pleasure as well as education I cannot recommend this book to anyone who does not want to be affected on such a level, however the writing and reading is undeniably excellent! It uncovers the horrors of the holocaust in a new and, at first, unrecognizable way. Then hits you with slow creeping revelations.
I love Barbara Rosenblat, so I'm bias.
Too many to count.
They were all preformed very well.
It made me think.
The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner is creative and insightful. This Novella was a refresher to what I already knew... Meyer has a gift. I truly hope she is writing right now so that we can enjoy more of it.
Unfortunately Professor James W. Loewen, in his passion to force his point, cherry picks historical facts to support his theoretical agenda. He appears to be either proud of his bias or unconcerned with it, and step far a field from the responsibilities of teaching.
He speaks of past prejudice, hate, and lies, yet does not see his own hate and prejudice that he infuses in his lectures.
I was saddened by his misuse of authority.
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