Anna's Bear: 5 Days of Moral Conflict And Pursuit, Nazi Germany, 1939 by O.W. Shumaker
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Anna's Bear shares the story of three Nazi party faithful, who each come to see the party and their devotion to it in a new light. For Max, a desperate attempt to save his little sister sets off a series of events that will change not only his life, but many lives around him. For Inga, a pregnancy has taken her from the limelight as a darling of the SS elite, but a violent assault changes her allegiances forever. Pastor Steffen has been comfortably balancing his faith with the party message, but his conscious challenges his faith and with a renewed purpose, he attempts to right a wrong and help Max rescue his little sister Anna. From gypsies to underground resistance, this adventure unites each of these characters in a struggle for their very lives against the head of the SS, a brutal man focused only on their destruction. Although it seemed very dark and sinister at times, this was an engaging book, with adventure and unexpected warmth.
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