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by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor
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EpicFehlReader
EpicFehlReader rated it 3 years ago
A rediscovered classic, originally published in 1938 -- and now an international bestseller. When it first appeared in Story magazine in 1938, Address Unknown became an immediate social phenomenon and literary sensation. Published in book form a year later and banned in Nazi Germany, it garnered hig...
Pink's Blog
Pink's Blog rated it 6 years ago
LOVED IT LOVED IT LOVED IT...nothing more to add
Linhtalinhtinh
Linhtalinhtinh rated it 6 years ago
Short, but powerful.
Books etc.
Books etc. rated it 6 years ago
I have to thank all reviewers who refused to give out the plot but made me so curious that I reserved it from library. My suggestion is not to read anymore review, just find the book!
Maven Books
Maven Books rated it 7 years ago
Not terrible, but a bit overrated, I think.
The Drift Of Things
The Drift Of Things rated it 10 years ago
Vengeance is sweet! Sad but true...
Chrissie's Books
Chrissie's Books rated it 10 years ago
This is an extremely quick read, easily read in one sitting. What is amazing about this book is that it came out so early - in 1938, first in the magazine Story! It is about the holocaust, the consequences of a few letters between a Jew in San Francisco and a friend in Germany. How did it happen tha...
Dem
Dem rated it 50 years ago
Address Unknown by Kressman Taylor is an amazing little book. The narrative consists of a series of letters exchanged between Max, a Jewish man living in California, and Martin, his German business partner and close family friend, recently returned to Germany; and this correspondence takes place sho...
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