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❮Ebook❯ ➢ The Aftermath Author Rhidian Brook – Kdglass.co.uk Hamburg 1946 Thousands remain displaced in what is now the British Occupied Zone Charged with overseeing the rebuilding of this devastated city and the de Nazification of its defeated people Colonel LEbook The Aftermath Author Rhidian Brook Kdglasscouk Hamburg 1946 Thousands remain displaced in what is now the British Occupied Zone Charged with overseeing the rebuilding of this devastated city and the de Nazification of its defeated people Colonel L Hamburg Thousands remain displaced in what is now the Briti

Sh Occupied Zone Charged with overseeing the rebuilding of this devastated city and the de Nazification of its defeated people Colonel Lewis Morgan is reuisitioned a fine house on the banks of the Elbe where he will be joined by his grieving wife Rachael and only remaining son Edmund But rather than force its owners a German widower and his trauma

PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì Rhidian Brook born is a novelist screenwriter and broadcasterHis first novel The Testimony Of Taliesin Jones Harper Collins won three prizes including the Somerset Maugham Award and was made into a film starring Jonathan Pryce His second novel Jesus And The Adman Harper Collins was published in His third novel The Aftermath was published in April by Penguin UK.

aftermath pdf The Aftermath ePUBSh Occupied Zone Charged with overseeing the rebuilding of this devastated city and the de Nazification of its defeated people Colonel Lewis Morgan is reuisitioned a fine house on the banks of the Elbe where he will be joined by his grieving wife Rachael and only remaining son Edmund But rather than force its owners a German widower and his trauma

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  • Alejandro

    PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì aftermath pdf, The Aftermath ePUBGreat novel indeed IN WAR NOBODY TRULY WINS I have history with this booksince I knew about it since almost it was published and even I bought itbut as many of us readers happens we put the book in a boxand later you forgets that you have to read itWhen I found out that this book was adapted into a film soon to be released I ran to look out for the bookand finally read itYep it was a great reading indeedHamburg 1946 The Allied forces USA England and Russia have got each a part of Germany and while some are reconstructing some just are enjoying the spoils of war and even enforcing strict laws agains the surviving Germ


  • Kimberly Coyle

    PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì aftermath pdf, The Aftermath ePUBAs a fan of historical fiction I knew this book wouldn’t have to work hard to win me over However I didn’t know how easily the characters would draw me into their lives into a world of motherless children and childless mothers a worl


  • Margitte

    PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì aftermath pdf, The Aftermath ePUBFrom the blurb Hamburg 1946 Thousands remain displaced in what is now the British Occupied Zone Charged with overseeing the rebuilding of this devastated city and the de Nazification of its defeated people Colonel Lewis Morgan is reuisitioned a fine house on the banks of the Elbe where he will be joined by his grieving wife Rachael and only remaining son Edmund But rather than force its owners a German widower and his traumatized daughter to leave their home Lewi


  • Chrissie

    PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì aftermath pdf, The Aftermath ePUBIt is not good when you start a book and don't believe in the feasibility of the characters' first actions These actions didn't fit the characters' personalities Once this feeling was lodged in my head I could never thr


  • Trish at Between My Lines

    PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì aftermath pdf, The Aftermath ePUBRating 25 starsThe Aftermath is set after WW2 in Germany Captain Lewis from the UK is overseeing the rebuilding of a war torn bomb shocked Hamburg He resides in a manor house on the city outskirts with his wife Rachel and son Edmund However he makes the unusual decision not to dehouse the German family who currently live there and both families must somehow find a way to put aside their personal feelings and old grievances and live togetherIf I were to break up with this book I would say ‘It’s not you it’s me’ And in someways I think it is me the other reviews are very positive so maybe this book was just not for me or maybe I read it at the wrong time However we all know the ‘it’s not you it’s me’ is only a line and so I do have my reasons for not liking the bookOn the positive side there was great detail impressive research and it feels very authentic It was interesting to read about a period of history that I don’t see covered very


  • L A i N E Y

    PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì aftermath pdf, The Aftermath ePUB“Rachel could find no solace in other people’s tales of woe Pain was uniuely one’s own and undiminished by a democracy of suffering” Meticulous writing language wise The story Not so much It would have been so much better in my opinion if the focus was on the two main families When it started to petter out to other sub plots the book lost me


  • Andrew Robins

    PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì aftermath pdf, The Aftermath ePUBWarning contains mild spoilersI ummed and aahed about what rating to give this I settled on 25 stars then remembered you can't do half stars so ummed and aahed a bit and opted to round up to three starsThis book was a bit odd for me I love history particularly World War Two and after I also love historical fiction This book seemed to tick both those boxes for me so I was sure I'd really like itAnd that is the strange thing I did like lots of things about it He's a good writer it's an interesting story in an interesting setting I found the book made me want to continue reading and I finished it pretty uickly at least by my usual standards I don't have the huge commute or sleep disorder which enable some people to read anything at a rate of knotsThe story wasn't in any way unbelievable there was no credibility stretching stuff in there I also felt like it did a very good job conveying the horrific mess of Hamburg in 1945 or


  • Roger Brunyate

    PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì aftermath pdf, The Aftermath ePUBSoon to be a Major Motion PictureSoon to be a major motion picture proudly proclaims the book jacket And I am not surprised Rhidian Brook's novel has well developed characters ample romance and danger an important historical context and significant moral issues The only major movie challenge would be to capture the devastation of Hamburg in 1946 the


  • Trish

    PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì aftermath pdf, The Aftermath ePUBAt first I really did not think I could write a review The topic of this book just hit too close to home And even now after the silver lining at the end there is a cert


  • ~Bookishly Numb~

    PaperbackÛ The Aftermath ePUB ì aftermath pdf, The Aftermath ePUBThis book was a bitter disappointment I expected this to be so much better than it was and now I'm sitting here happy that I've finished it so I can move the hell onThe plot is weak I knew what was going to happen before I got halfway through and for me that is never a good thing Nothing remotely exciting happens there is a distinct dreary tone and I was wondering


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