In the final months of World War Two, a young German finds himself serving as a guard at a Nazis concentration camp. Having escaped the horror of the Eastern Front he now descends into a new kind of Hell. The Holocaust told through the eyes of the oppressor. Powerful and relentless. A must listen.
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Well... that was dark.
This book struck me as something that should be read and discussed in a philosophy class. it is really good at showing how people rationalize their evils in their minds and can't accept them for what they are or what they represent. I was pleased with the book, but it does get darker near the end and disturbing.
- The Kindler
Gazing into the Abyss