Review by Jill Williamson
Sascha König, a man once called Nebuchadnezzar, is being held for questioning about his involvement during WW2 in the Nachthaus, a Nazi prison in the heart of a Romanian forest. Years have passed since then, but people are still looking for answers to the mysteries that went on there. So Sascha tells his story, a frightening tale of fire, demons, and a gypsy girl Sascha did not save.
My mind is still reeling! What a clever and strange story. Very well written. Creepy. Ingenious. And a quite bizarre. This story sucked me in with a strange curiosity that just kept growing and growing. It’s scary at times, borderline horror. But this book raises lots of questions in the readers mind. And not all my questions were answered in the end. This is a book that will make you think long after you’ve finished it.
Age Range: 16 and up
Part of a Series: No
Publisher: Marcher Lord Press
Jill Williamson is the author of the medieval fantasy novel By Darkness Hid. An avid reader, she started Novel Teen Book Reviews to help teens find clean and entertaining books to read and is excited with the new direction the site has taken. Jill also runs an online website for teen writers at www.teenageauthor.comwhere she enjoys helping new writers develop their skill. She and her husband have worked with teens in the youth pastor role for the past eleven years. You can learn more about Jill on her website at www.jillwilliamson.com.
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