book review, historical fiction

Review: The Aftermath by Rhidian Brook

The Aftermath by¬†Rhidian Brook depicts a time and place not often depicted in literature: post-WWII Germany--specifically, Hamburg in 1946. The Aftermath tells the story of a British officer, his wife, and their young son sharing a requisitioned home with a German man and his teenaged daughter. This situation proves ripe for drama and clashing relationships… Continue reading Review: The Aftermath by Rhidian Brook

book review, history

Review: I Am Terezin by Richard D. Bank

I Am Terezin by Richard D. Bank is a memoir (of sorts) told from the point of view of the Czech fortress city-turned-concentration camp Terezin, or¬†Theresienstadt as the Germans called it. If that sounds confusing to you, essentially the book is creative non-fiction written in the first person "by Terezin" through author Richard D. Bank.… Continue reading Review: I Am Terezin by Richard D. Bank