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Night of Broken Souls

3.66 of 5 stars 3.66  ·  rating details  ·  35 ratings  ·  6 reviews
hardcover with good dust cover, good binding, clean pages
Hardcover, 390 pages
Published April 1st 1997 by Warner Books (first published 1997)
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Trevor Firetog
3.5 stars. It was really good, and really enjoyable. I have not seen many authors take on the task of telling a story about the holocaust. But this was amazing. It was interesting, suspenseful, and just well written.

My problem with this book (and it's a big problem by my standards) is that the first half of the book gets repetitive to the point where I almost had to put the book down. Basically, here's what happens. (no spoilers here, but still...) It starts off with random people having terribl
The story was excellent, and emotional with a fantastic ending. I loved it. My only criticisms are that there was too much telling and not enough showing at times, some of the characters could have been done better, and some of the sub stories could have been more complete or perhaps done differently. For example, the romance seemed arbitrary, didn't contribute much to the plot, and felt unfinished. Still, the main story was just great. Overall, a really good read.
Seemingly ordinary people are having very lucid and scary dreams...
In these dreams they are jewish victims of the Nazi Concentration camps.
But none of the dreamers are jewish
What is the significance and reson of these dreams?
...and what happens when a goverment secret agent starts also having dreams...but in these he is NOT the victim...
A great Read!!!
Craig Anderson
An enjoyable, creepy, over the top romp with history and the supernatural. I found this made a good pairing with Simmons "Carrion Comfort", reading them at about the same time.
Saqiba Khalid
hard to digest and understand, especially the first half is so boring. overall an average book.
Jason Lenavitt
Very haunting book as people relive lives of those in the Holocaust. Was an excellent read!
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