The Undertaking (Paperback)
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The Undertaking (Paperback)

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Paperback 228 Pages
Published: 29/10/2015

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Publisher: Black Cat
ISBN: 9780802124159
Number of pages: 228
Weight: 318 g
Dimensions: 208 x 137 x 23 mm

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“Thought-provoking”

I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Undertaking. I read it very quickly, partly because of the uncomplicated language but also because I was swept along with the fates of the two main characters in their different... More

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“learning the hard way”

An austere novel, dealing with loyalty to country and ‘Führer’ and loyalty to family and friends. Unfortunately family and friends are most frequently losers in The Undertaking. The war is all consuming, it takes... More

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“Thought provoking and emotional”

I whizzed through this book as it's very easy to read and written in a 'simple' style, made up mainly of dialogue between the characters.

The book deals with WWII from the German viewpoint and in... More

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