The Girl from Berlin by Ronald H. Balson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
My September read didn’t disappoint. Although it took me a while to read it – I have absolutely enjoyed the story and the twists it came with.
Ada Baumgarten who was basically born, raised and made her name in the prestigious Berlin Philharmonic found herself in a difficult position. As WWII approached, her religious background put her whole family in a dangerous position. Luckily, her phenomenal talent opened the door and gave her an opportunity to escape. No matter how far she ran, and how hard she worked on her future, Jewish shadow followed Ada everywhere. During a tragic time, Ada never gave up hope.
Ada’s story of determination, strong will, and selflessness was meant to be shared and inspired. And that’s when Catherine Lockhart and Liam Taggart come to the main stage. Ada’s story helps them to uncover Nazi crimes and at last, bring them to justice.
I know, there are a million and one Jewish stories out there. And every story is special and worth being heard, inspired, and most importantly learned from.
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