Inga Klein's life was destroyed when Adolf Hitler took over Germany. Over the next several years, the Nazis took her family, her freedom, and Fritz, her one true love. When the Allies crushed the Third Reich, they not only freed Inga from the horrors of Buchenwald but also gave her a second chance at life and love in America. But when demons from her past surface in her new life, will those second chances prove to be her opportunity for revenge?
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A Good Start
I liked Mr. Nevitt's German accent. I did not like the robotic rhythm he used during the entire narration. I enjoyed most of the dialogue portions, but every time he began the narration parts he resorted back to the robotic rhythm.
I liked the history about the camps and how Jews were treated. I wanted more references. I found portions of the story to be out of place...some things that were said and situations could have better reflected the time period. Instead, there situations where I felt time warped to modern language in both relational circumstances between men/women and in dialog. I found this a little awkward and disappointing.
Robotic rhythm of non-dialogue portions. The characters of Fritz, Max and Inga at times was too non-chalant. It didn't fit the scene or the character.
I received this copy via audiobook boom in exchange for an unbiased review.
Historical Fiction WWII
I enjoyed the storyline as well as the even cadence of the narrator and his ability to distinguish between characters with the slightest inflection of his voice.
Of course, I liked the happy ending and justice found for the victims.
His interpretation of the story comes through in his voice narrative-showing the different characters and their individual nuances.
Justice for All
I look forward to Scott Criag's next novel and future narrations from Bill Nevitt
- Paula A. Austin