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The Last Man

3.23 of 5 stars 3.23  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  2 reviews
A gripping story about the power of an unresolved past and the necessity of forgiveness, The Last Man twists like a thriller, but has the truth-seeking depth of great fiction.

Gerta Wahljak is haunted by a photograph of ten Nazi officers taken in the concentration camp where she was imprisoned during the Holocaust. For decades, she has traced the fates of all these men exc
Paperback, 352 pages
Published January 3rd 1995 by Ballantine Books
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When I was reading this book it was hard to follow. I had a little trouble keeping up with it in the beginning. Eventually the book started getting easier to read. The book is about a girl who was in a concentration camp during WWII. She sees a picture of ten nazi soldiers and is haunted by that fact. I would suggest this book to anyone who is interested in WWII or you like to study any kind of war. The book is hard to come across though, if you see it give it a chance, it may not seem interesti ...more
Sally Retzloff
This was a pretty good book, suspensful. Re the Nazi, Holocaust and some that survived the war. How they fell in love, the children they had, secrets they must keep.
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