Tobi's Game

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A young German student's love for a housekeeper in the Munich hostel where he lives in 1942 puts them both in danger, and sends him on a tragic course through the killing fields of the east and beyond. Years later, he returns to the place where they were parted... More

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Words: 101,400
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301053513
About Steve Evans

Steve Evans has been a gold prospector, a bartender, mushroom farmer, gardener, labourer, social worker, librarian and journalist. He has written seven novels for Smashwords and other ebook retailers: The Russian Idea, Demented, Evilheart, The Kleiber Monster, and Savonarola's Bones.

He lives in New Zealand.

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Review by: Beverley Oswald on Jan. 13, 2013 :
Tobi's Game By Steve Evans
I find this a tender, emotional, well written love story where good and selflessness appear, only to be set upon by inordinate evil which dominates everything - the latter vividly brought to life in the character of Tobi, who needs his hatred of the Jews to fuel his own life and give him a sense of freedom, so called.
The author reveals his exceptional knowledge and understanding of Germany, and the places, the history and feeling of the time. He is not afraid of censure in portraying the deeds, intimate feelings and needs of his characters, which makes the reader more intimately involved.
I find this also puts a new slant in history for me on the Nazi plan for perfecting the human race - which had great potential - inevitably turning to utter evil and tragic disaster - & making me wonder "What if this plan had succeeded"?
In all this is an intense, sometimes horrifying, but indeed a very thought provoking, insightful and very compelling read -- a book which intrigued me and held my interest.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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