Sue-Lin Toussaint’s review of The Last Thing You Surrender: A Novel of World War II > Likes and Comments

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message 1: by Kelsey (new)

Kelsey Burnette I share your feelings for this brilliant writer. I’m about half-way through this book. It’s excruciating to read at times, but as you so rightfully point out, necessary and important.

message 2: by Theresa (new)

Theresa I am just beginning this book. I read "Freeman" and it too was excruciatingly painful to read, I soldiered through and can honestly say that it was one of the best reads that I've ever read. Mr Pitts is a brilliant writer. After reading Freeman, I know this won't be an easy read; his books are not meant to be that way and neither is life. There is such honesty in his stories and he tells it in brutal eloquence...I approach this next book with trepidation and excitement knowing that I am about to embark on a journey of the mind through his writings.

message 3: by Magdelanye (new)

Magdelanye yes to all thats been said
excruciating is the word
Ive just put the book down again because it hurts too much and what is next is already horrifying. Yet if they bore it, out of respect I will pick it up again and read these last 200 pages hoping that LP will have some mercy

message 4: by Theresa (new)

Theresa Yes, he is an amazing writer. I loved this book and I felt it too. Great review...

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