One woman’s decision. The fate of an entire family…Berlin, 1933. Erich, a Jew, and Hilde, a Christian, are a young couple, the parents of Yvonne, and owners of a small book publishing firm. With Hitler’s rise to power and the persecution of Jews, their lives are destroyed in an instant.
The Nazis burn their books and, fearing for their lives, the family is forced to escape to Holland.
The many hardships, however, tear the family apart when Hilde chooses to return to Germany together with Yvonne, leaving Erich, who immigrates to Palestine. Will he ever see his family again?
The Last Visit to Berlin is a saga that spreads over one hundred years in the lives of the members of the Freyer family. The novel follows the most difficult moments the family went through. It tells the story of the tragic destiny suffered by generation after generation in Germany and in the Land of Israel, reliving their shattered beliefs and documenting their stubborn insistence on living a good life under the shadow of memories and loss.
I received "The Last Visit to Berlin" by Ruvik Rosenthal to review on blog!
This book is about a young couple named Hilde and Erich. One is a Christian and the other is a Jew. They have a daughter named Yvonne that owns a book publishing firm. Their lives are about the change when Hitler rises to power. And everything in their lives are now major hardships. They are feared for their lives because of the Nazis.
Hilde returns to Germany with daughter Yvonne. And Erich goes to Palestine. They contemplate if they will every see each other again.
This story is filled with many trials and tribulations. A well-written story about hope,pain and many hardships.
I highly recommend this book!
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