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by Christoph Fischer
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Lilian Roberts All About Paranormal/Romance
This is another powerful book written by Christoph Fischer. It takes place in Vienna during the horrid days of WWII and the despicable atrocities that were thrust upon the Jewish people by the German Empire. The main character of the book is a Sebastian, a young man just sixteen who had part of his ...
Romance on Wheels
Romance on Wheels rated it 6 years ago
Troubled times and interesting characters make Sebastian a page turner. Written in a complex period of Austrian history, you follow the life of a Jewish family making their life in Vienna. Life is especially tough for Sebastian. Beautifully written.
Muriellerites
Muriellerites rated it 6 years ago
* I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Sebastian is Christoph Fischer's second novel in his 'The Three Nations Trilogy', thematically connected to his first book, but can, without a doubt, stand on it's own. It depicts a powerful historical image of Vienna, during and aft...
Just Olga and her books
Just Olga and her books rated it 6 years ago
A chronicle of turbulent times and memorable characters.Sebastian is a long novel that chronicles a complex period of Austrian history by following the life of a Jewish family living and working in Vienna. The difficulties of the family (poor Sebastian loses a leg at the very beginning of the book a...
Simon's Phantom Blog
Simon's Phantom Blog rated it 6 years ago
Sebastian by Christoph Fischer is a brilliant testament to the author's talent. Although part two of a historical trilogy, this novel stands out as a standalone and is so easy to read due to the author's magical way with words. Sebastian is the central character around whom the story of life in Vien...
Lilian Roberts All About Paranormal/Romance
This is another powerful book written by Christoph Fischer. It takes place in Vienna. The main character of the book is a Sebastian, a young man just sixteen who had part of his leg amputated. He is a very strong individual filled with determination at such a young age that it leaves you utterly stu...
The Fevered Imagination of Danielle DeVor
Christoph Fischer has done it again with Sebastian. This is a story of love, heartbreak, and war. Sebastian, at the beginning if the tale, is a weak child who allowed an infection take hold of him so badly in his leg that he ended up with an amputation. His equally weak mother, Vera, makes mistakes ...
closedthecover
closedthecover rated it 7 years ago
Sebastian, the second book in Christoph Fischer’s Three Nations Trilogy will steal the heart of readers almost immediately. Young Sebastian, a misunderstood and bookish teenager, loses the lower part of his leg after an infection sets in and takes over. With the support and the love of a kind-hear...
Elaine White's Life in Books
Elaine White's Life in Books rated it 7 years ago
*** This book was given to me in return for a review ****** THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS ***Would I read it again - YesPlot - Well organised and developed, keeps you interestedCharacters - Funny, intriguing, excellently developedMovie Potential - YesEase of reading - Very easy to read and enjoyThis...
MATEGUAS TALK!
MATEGUAS TALK! rated it 51 years ago
I received a free ARC of this book, in exchange for my fair and honest review."Sebastian" is the story of a man and his family, non-practicing Jews with a busy grocery shop in Vienna during WW1. I loved the way Mr. Fischer depicted his characters with all their flaws and weaknesses, both physical an...
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