I'm so happy that I actually get to post a book that the rest of you haven't already posted about before. I feel like I just follow you all around and read what you read, so I'm happy to be able to give some input as well.
I really liked this book a lot. Thought provoking, gritty, a great World War II novel that is different from others I've read. It took me a few pages to get into it, but it's a wonderful fast read with a good twist at the end. Synopsis:
"Having grown up in North America with only the vaguest memories of World War II, Joop’s brother has returned to Amsterdam to find out what his childhood in Holland had been like. But what he discovers is much more than he bargained for."