THE JEWISH NAZI
Born 1980 Died 1940?Benjamin Bauman, a contemporary Jewish physician, is blinded and rendered unconscious by a flash of light while driving his car. When he awakens he finds himselfhospitalized in Nazi Germany with a new name (Karl Schroder), new language (German) and a BIG problem. He is a Jew in the likeness of a Nazi!Ben’s obvious goal is to try return to the present, but he can’t shake the feeling he was sent into the past for a yet to be determined mission. If so, what will his assignment be? Is he there to kill Hitler––warn England and America of a looming world war––warn the Jews of the impending holocaust––or is it something less global and more personal, like learning the meaning of true love in a place where staying alive is the most paramount mission of all?

THE JEWISH NAZI Details

TitleTHE JEWISH NAZI
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseApr 7th, 2020
PublisherBoondocks Books
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GenreHistorical, Historical Fiction

THE JEWISH NAZI Review

  • Janet Cardillo
    January 1, 1970
    Too much factual infoI really liked this book, the main characters . I found the 2 wives described in common, conforming ways. One was so controlling, she set aside 15 or so minutes for sex. The 2nd wife was mean and ugly. Seemed too simplistic. And the 2 boys. No real connection, at least not like the pain of missing their children the 2 couples showed. I found the factual stuff repetitive and boring. And the ending. Come on. Is that fair after reading the whole saga. He promised his son he'd Too much factual infoI really liked this book, the main characters . I found the 2 wives described in common, conforming ways. One was so controlling, she set aside 15 or so minutes for sex. The 2nd wife was mean and ugly. Seemed too simplistic. And the 2 boys. No real connection, at least not like the pain of missing their children the 2 couples showed. I found the factual stuff repetitive and boring. And the ending. Come on. Is that fair after reading the whole saga. He promised his son he'd come back and spend a whole day with him. That message from the black man...you are here for the girl. What if hanna was the one he was supposed to save, which he did, and maybe that was his time to go home. What do I know. I'm just a reader, but I love time travel books. They often leave one with what if or if only questions. I did enjoy this book.
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  • lawrence simonutti
    January 1, 1970
    Another winner from John Vocale!Mr. Vocale's third book is a fascinating read from start to finish. The way he incorporates historical facts to write such an incredible work of fiction is nothing short of amazing. I would highly recommend this to anyone. Also, do yourself a favor and read Mr. Vocale's first two books if you haven't already done so. You would definitely enjoy them as well.
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