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Publisher's Summary

Dan Smith has thrilled fans everywhere with his novel Big Game, now a feature film starring Samuel L. Jackson.

In My Brother's Secret, set in 1941 Germany, 13-year-old Karl is proud to join the Hitler Youth. But Karl's faith in the Fuhrer is shaken after his father is killed in the war and his brother joins a secret group fighting the conformity and control of the Nazis.

©2014 Dan Smith (P)2014  W.F. Howes

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  • Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States
  • 01-11-17

Accurate history? Maybe, but who really knows?

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, especially to those not yet dead who experienced these horrors. A friend's spouse was 12 when he was sneaked out of Berlin to the countryside. He's now old and in a nursing home. I shall pump my friend for info.An allied army officer and a German baron were at a Nazi death camp after WWII. Baron: "What happened here could happen anywhere."<br/>Officer: "It never has, Baron, it never has."Eight years ago I believed it couldn't happen here. It's a gathering storm now, but the wannabe thugs won't have an easy go of it. The Second Amendment and tens of thousands of thoroughly p_____ rednecks will have an unwanted effect on the thugs..

What did you like best about this story?

A vivid reminder of Man's Inhumanity To Man.

What about Leon Williams’s performance did you like?

Very good reader with the right tone.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No

Any additional comments?

For sure it's not a fun listen.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful