Review: DARK STAR by Alan Furst

Christopher from Doolittle’s read Alan Furst’s Dark Star for the WWII reading challenge.  Here’s an excerpt from his review:

I am beginning to become a serious fan of Furst’s work. Dark Star is definitely a darker work than the last Furst I read, The Polish Officer, and that really is saying something. I’m really not sure how accurately Furst portrays the thinking of a Soviet citizen living through Stalin’s purges, but it is certainly believable.

Read the full review here.

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