Oct 28, 14
Recommended to kelley by:
Read in September, 2009 — I own a copy, read count: 1
This book covers a subject that has been written about excessively and from every point of view; Hitler and World War II. Even though it is a common subject, this book is unique. It is told through the eyes of death, which creates a very interesting and different perspective.
I’m not going to go into the details of this story, because each reader deserves to discover it. I will tell you that it was beautifully written. It speaks to the heart and touches the soul. This is a book to be savored, again and again.
I recommend the purchase of an edition that would look good in a library; a book that has a leather cover, a cover that will age beautifully over time. It would be a fitting tribute to the message in this book if everyone who read it kept it as part of their collection. The book should stand as a reminder to respect life and to treat each other with kindness.