(PDF/EPUB) [The Pieces from Berlin] è Michael Pye

  • Paperback
  • 352
  • The Pieces from Berlin
  • Michael Pye
  • English
  • 10 June 2020
  • 9780375714160

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Download ✓ The Pieces from Berlin ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ts true owner happens to pass by In that moment a whole lifetime of silence cracks open and Lucia's family face the wrenching duty of examining a past almost too horrifying to remember. I plugged my way through this one I usually an interested in Nazi Germany and that time this one was hard would not recommendThe story was very depressing on top of the subject matter While I loke to read books of people who persevere this one portrayed a woman with little or no remorseDon t bother Sorry

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Download ✓ The Pieces from Berlin ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ewish friends were forced to leave behind as they took the trains tothe death camps Sixty years later one of those fine pieces sits for sale in the window of Lucia's antiues shop and i. The pitfall of this book for me at least was the marketing I was expecting a first person narrative of events in 1940 s Berlin detailing a woman s life before and during WWII and the actions she takes in response I wanted her story I ached for her story throughout the entire novel I wanted her motives her thoughts her actions her circumstances Instead I received a roundabout novel about a granddaughter attempting to rid herself of inherited shame I could not share completely in her outrage since the circumstances of the 1940 s were never spelled out The characters were mute on the subject and it was very frustrating to be left to assume what happened The story of Berlin and Lucia s crimes is finally told in the last fifty pages It is interesting It is riviting It is heart wrenching and emotional It does not however make up for the rest of the book

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Download ✓ The Pieces from Berlin ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook In the great disorder of wartime Berlin Lucia Muller Rossi was an unofficial star mistress to an Ambassador the whole world to her young son and guardian of all the lovely things her J. The premise of the novel sounded interesting enough that I ripped the calendar page from the 2004 Book a Day calendar long ago I finally got around to purchasing the novel It revolved around an Italian woman married to a Swiss man who received goods from Jews living in Berlin during WW II The goods ended up in her shop in Switzerland and years later a woman passes by the window and spots a table she had owned So that certainly sounded intriguing But then I began reading The plot became so convoluted that I m still not sure what exactly happened in the closing pages I found the characters to be uite unlikeable and their attitudes angered me I wanted things to happen I wanted people to be found out I wanted excitement that I got Yes I read the book fairly uickly and I did complete it but rest assured it won t be listed on any list of mine of must reads