This is a brilliant story. The author is re-telling his father’s story with all of us. Born in the Ukraine under Soviet rule, and over coming what we would find unimaginable today. Stefan shows us through his eyes what it was like growing up hungry through the Ukrainian holocaust. And then again the horror of Nazi rule and beyond. This is not a regular genre of mine so I found it a little slower of read for me, I had to put it down reflect a bit and take a break, but it was interesting to me non the least. I believe strongly in re-telling stories from our past, letting people know what our great-grandparents, grandparent, parents, endured and sharing them with the world so that they will be remembered, they did happen it does matter. Andy is a great story teller. Brilliant!
I gave this book a 4 out of 5 star rating
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I was gifted a reviewers copy of this book in exchange for an honest unbiased