Warsaw Requiem

Warsaw Requiem

Paperback - 2005
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It's May 1939, Aaron Lubetkin, esteemed rabbi of Muranow, is released from a Warsaw prison. But he and his family--beautiful Etta, daughter Rachel, and sons David, Samuel, and baby Yacov--remain targets of Hitler's sinister plot. In the free city of Danzig, Lucy Strasburg flees in terror from SS officer Wolf von Fritschauer. If he finds her, the consequences for Lucy and her newborn will be dire. Yet each day the web around her tightens. Imprisoned pastor Karl Ibsen refuses to compromise, to bend to the Nazi will. But will he break if his children, Lori and Jamie, are caught and tortured? How long can they evade the Nazis' clutches? As Hitler's darkness spreads, it is only a matter of time.
Published: Wheaton, Ill. : Tyndale House Publishers, 2005.
ISBN: 9781414301129
Branch Call Number: F THO
Characteristics: xiii, 520 pages :,map ;,21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Thoene, Brock 1952- ,- Author


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May 29, 2017

This book is number 6 of series. I was interested in it because it presented the invasion of Poland in 1939 from the perspective of the Jewish population. However not having read the previous 5 volumes, I found keeping the 8 or 9 main characters quite challenging to keep straight for the first 200 pages or so. Following at least 5 subplots throughout the book was also a bit challenging. And in the end, there was no end, just basically a "to be continued". So as an independent book I could not recommend it. But if you are into the whole series, it is probably decent fiction.


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