The Nazi Hunters: my review

Finished book review by: Connor

Book written by: Neal Bascomb
Total number of pages: 245

Genre: Biography/memoir
My rating: ****, really liked it

A brief summary of my book:
In 1945, at the end of World War II, Adolf Eichmann, the head of operations for the Nazis’ Final Solution went into hiding and disappeared for years. A blind Argentinean and his teenage daughter provided crucial information to try to find this terrible man. Finally, the Israeli spies, many of whom lost family in the Holocaust, embarked on their daring mission to find Eichmann.

What I thought about this book:
I gave the rating of “really liked it” because Bascomb swiftly establishes background, introduces readers to the key players and takes them through the search.He did a wonderful job explaining every little detail in each characters position in this terrible time and hooked the reader with the “have to keep reading to find the next mysterious part” type of ways.

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