This book is amazing because it contains short stories and the first chapter of a novel written by the main character. It takes you from the women's movement with a nontraditional nurse and allows you to grow up with the main character through issues of sex, marriage, tragedy, and love.
This author wants to point out SEVERAL times that he is trying to be non biased, but it is just overkill. The rest of the book is very interesting though.
I love this book and I loved the audio book even more because I could listen to it at work.
The course is very interesting and has a lot of good history in it, but the professor tends to stammer and repeat himself which makes it a bit annoying to listen to.
Though it was similar to his other books, I enjoyed it because it still has that plot twist that you never see coming.
I enjoyed this book because it had a lot of insight into Hitler as a person as well as Socialist Idealogy, but it was very hard to get through, especially because the last few weeks of the war drag on.
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