The Children's War: A Novel

* Read # The Childrens War: A Novel by J.N. Stroyar ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. The Childrens War: A Novel Peter has had more identities than he can remember and suffered pains and humiliations he longs to forget. But by facing the evil at the heart of the Nazi political machine, Peter falls deeper into a web of intrigue and adventure that risks everything he holds dear -- in this life and for the sake of future generations. Thats how Peters nightmare began. But, whether spy or prisoner, slave or propaganda tool, none of his roles has brought the one thing he wants above all: freedom.THE

The Children's War: A Novel

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Rating : 4.22 (976 Votes)
Asin : 0743407393
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 1168 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-11-16
Language : English

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Gripping and intense novel I first read this book when it came out in 2001, and have just finished rereading it again.On both readings, the story pulled me in, the characters were gripping, and vision of a modern day Nazi dystopia in Europe was chillingly believable. If you're fascinated by alternate history, "The Children's War" (and it's sequel, "A Change of Regime") are well worth the time that it will take to read all 1150-odd pages.Be forewarned: this book contains explicit descriptions. An incredibly powerful novel Amazon Customer In "The Children's War", J. N. Stroyar has written a novel of immense creativity, startling realism and remarkable emotion. While it functions brilliantly as an example of the "alternate-history" genre it is also much more. By imagining a Third Reich that existed into the 21st century, Stroyar provides herself with the perfect backdrop to explore the central themes of this novel: humanity, hope, compassion, revengeI could go on, there are so many.At its core, "The . J. Wesemann said Recent Newcomer To Alternative History. What can I say about Children's War. Deeply moving, involved is not an appropriate word, but its all that I can think of, maybe involved times 10. Simply a wonderful book. Its been a long time since I cared about a character in a novel and I deeply cared for Peter he became a part of my life for the better part of a month. I was lent the book by a friend along with The Plot Against America, and In the Presence of Mine Enemies, needless to say I was not overly impre

The author's uncompromising portrayal of an American public inured by evidence of atrocities and only interested in sensationalist personal revelations is a strong indictment of civilized society. Those entranced by what-if scenarios will find plenty to delight them in these pages. When Peter miraculously escapes a life of tortured servitude to a ruthless Nazi official, he blunders into the Polish underground. From Publishers Weekly What if the Nazis had won WWII? This isn't the first time a writer has tried to visualize that possibility, but nuclear physicist Stroyar comes up with perhaps the most lavishly detailed scenario so far, realistically

Peter has had more identities than he can remember and suffered pains and humiliations he longs to forget. But by facing the evil at the heart of the Nazi political machine, Peter falls deeper into a web of intrigue and adventure that risks everything he holds dear -- in this life and for the sake of future generations. That's how Peter's nightmare began. But, whether spy or prisoner, slave or propaganda tool, none of his roles has brought the one thing he wants above all: freedom.THE CHILDREN'S WAR Bad papers. Stroyar's searingly authentic, impassioned vision of human triumph over the forces of corruption and cruelty stands as a powerful tribute to the millions who have sacrificed and died in the name of freedom.. The crusade for freedom that belonged to generations past is now Peter's legacy -- and his future depends not on running away, but on fighting back. A disturbingly real vision of what could have been, The Children's War is a page-turning epic thriller

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