Publish date: March 15th 2011
Publisher: Lethe Press
Pages no: 290
Edition language: English
A well written morality tale of how rational fear and ignorant bigotry can create a perfect storm of mindless violence that lays waste to the guilty and the innocent alike.Highly recommended.
In a word: superb. I'll come up with a wordier review later.
I read The German by Lee Thomas immediately after Boy’s Life by Robert McCammon, both were fantastic for different reasons and The German is altogether a much darker coming of age story. The story takes place in a small town called Barnard in Texas during the Second World War, as you would imagine t...
4.5 stars. Very good historical gay suspense/horror set in small-town Texas during WWII, when the brutal murder of two boys has emotions running high against the Germans in town. Be prepared for a very disturbing read.
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