A Perfect Madness

Rated 4.67/5 based on 9 reviews
It is the autumn of 1938 when Julia Kaufmann meets Erich Schmidt while studying medicine at the German University in Prague. With Hitler’s army soon to invade the city and the terror of World War II looming, it is the worst of times for a Jew and a German to fall in love. More
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About Frank H. Marsh

Frank Marsh was a trial attorney for twenty-five years and then a university professor of philosophy, law, and bioethics. He has published six books in bioethics, numerous articles, and scripted documentaries dealing with medicine, genetics, and law. He is also the author of the novel Rebekka’s Children.

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Review by: Lana Mowdy on Nov. 8, 2013 :
After reading many books about this era, I am still amazed at the many facets of the situation. The author truly captured yet another dimension of this time in history including characters thoughts, feelings, and reactions. The story was thought provoking on many levels.
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Review by: Rose Hepburn on Sep. 10, 2012 :
I loved this book,very well written, had me transformed thankyou
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Review by: Richard Underwood on Aug. 30, 2012 :
Brilliant, and timely. Beautifully written.
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Review by: Sandra Novelly on June 22, 2012 :
Where to begin... As one who wrote her senior high school essay on the holocaust and was inexorably moved by the research material she read, this book was nearly unbelievable and much more exhaustive in depth and passion.
I could not, nor do I now, understand how difficult it must have been for all those souls involved and how deeply they must have suffered. To say I enjoyed this book would be a misnomer, but I was certainly affected by it. Everyone in a position of power should read this in the hope of preventing any sort of such horror from ever be perpetrated again on such a massive scale.
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Review by: Melody Hewson on June 10, 2012 :
I don't think I have the ability to accurately describe how I felt about this book, so I'll just have to say that I was deeply moved by it.
I really felt like I was following the lives of real people and the things they went through, how it affected the choices they made and their attitudes toward what happened to them.
I admit, I was terribly upset at the part where the doctor met his girlfriend's parents again. It made me wonder what I would do in his place. What would I do in ANY of their places.
A very good and yet disturbing book, well worth reading to get a look into yet another side of the holocaust and those caught in it.
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Review by: C.J. Schmidt on May 27, 2012 :
This was a well written story, but due to subject matter it was hard to read and even harder to finish.
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Review by: Harper Lee on May 21, 2012 :
Kudos to the author for writing about an often overlooked aspect of the Holocaust, but the characters in the novel seem to be somewhat underdeveloped.
I depated a bit before posting a review: I don't want to discourage anyone from reading the novel but I wanted to post my honest opinion.
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Review by: jstoc on May 9, 2012 :
A good story of all involved with the WWII. Well written. I really enjoyed it.
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Review by: Sue Erickson on April 16, 2012 :
Wow that was an excellent book, I really don't know what to say, A small insite into a few people who lived through this war. Wonderfully written. What a page turner couldn't put it down.
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