To quote the philosopher George Santayana, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
And this is why everyone needs to read Mischling. Now. No, really. Now.
One would hope it’s a stretch to assume that today’s political climate is a fertile ground in which we can make mistakes humanity has made in the past—mistakes so heinous it really is impossible to wrap your mind around. But Japanese internment camps happened. The Armenian genocide happened. Rwanda. Bosnia. Syria. Native Americans. And of course, the Holocaust.
Historical fiction is not typically my go-to genre, but WWII has served as the backdrop for … you can read the entire review here.
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