Sunday, January 17, 2016

Review of the Novel: Stalingrad: The Loneliest Death

Stalingrad: The Loneliest Death

By: Christoph Fromm

Rating: 5 Glasses

I am not even sure where to start on this novel. MIND BLOWN! It was wonderfully written and fully engrossing. I am a sucker for historical fiction and rarely do I find a novel that so vividly brings the horrors of war to life. Many times with WWII books we get things from the winning sides perspective but to see things from these soldiers' point of view was an emotional ride. It is a long book but worth every page. For the history lovers this book will hit an emotional cord as you live out these events through the eyes of those who suffered through them.

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