Review: I STILL HAVE A SUITCASE IN BERLIN by Stephens Gerard Malone

Wanda of A Season to Read selected I Still Have a Suitcase in Berlin for the WWII reading challenge.  Here’s an excerpt from her review:

Between 1932 and 1945 Michael has a change of conscience; enough redeeming qualities that I could feel sorry for him and his ultimate fate when he ends up arrested and in a work camp. Though the underground cabaret life that Michael had fallen step with was fascinating and even bizarre, it was far less shocking than reading once again, about Germans who suffered at the hands of Germans.

Following the journey of Michael and what happens to his family, friends and acquaintances in war time Germany was a a riveting read. Sometimes exasperating, sometimes horrific and definitely heart-wrenching in places, it was always interesting to say the least!

Read the rest of her thoughts here.

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