I never thought I would read a book about a Nazi and like it.
It all begins innocently enough with the Englehardt family being ripped apart through a father’s infidelity. The family is then torn apart further as the story continues, narrowing down your focus to one individual- Herbe. Eventually you’re rooting for Herbe (and occasionally getting mad at him) through thick and thin.
This book essentially centers on forgiveness, using a highly dramatized story to get the point across. I’d say it’s a tearjerker. Continue reading