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Daughter of the Reich For Fans Of The Nightingale And All The Light We Cannot See, A Spellbinding Story Of Impossible Love Set Against The Backdrop Of The Nazi RegimeAs The Dutiful Daughter Of A High Ranking Nazi Officer, Hetty Heinrich Is Keen To Play Her Part In The Glorious New Thousand Year Reich But She Never Imagines That All She Believes And Knows About Her World Will Come Into Stark Conflict When She Encounters Walter, A Jewish Friend From The Past, Who Stirs Dangerous Feelings In Her Confused And Conflicted, Hetty Doesn T Know Whom She Can Trust And Where She Can Turn To, Especially When She Discovers That Someone Has Been Watching HerRealizing She Is Taking A Huge Risk But Unable To Resist The Intense Attraction She Has For Walter She Embarks On A Secret Love Affair With Him Together, They Dream About When The War Will Be Over And Plan For Their Future But As The Rising Tide Of Anti Semitism Threatens To Engulf Them, Hetty And Walter Will Be Forced To Take Extreme MeasuresWill The Steady March Of Dark Forces Destroy Hetty S Universe Or Can Love Ultimately Triumph Propulsive, Deeply Affecting, And Inspired By The Author S Family History, Daughter Of The Reich Is A Mesmerizing Page Turner Filled With Vivid Characters And A Meticulously Researched Portrait Of Nazi Germany In This Riveting Story Of Passion, Courage And Morality, Louise Fein Introduces A Bold Young Woman Determined To Tread The Treacherous Path Of Survival And Freedom, Showing Readers The Strength In The Power Of Love And Reminding Us That The Past Must Never Be Forgotten


About the Author: Louise Fein

Louise Fein was born and brought up in London She harboured a secret love of writing from a young age, preferring to live in her imagination than the real world After a law degree, Louise worked in Hong Kong and Australia, travelling for a while through Asia and North America before settling back to a working life in London She finally gave in to the urge to write, taking an MA in creative



10 thoughts on “Daughter of the Reich

  1. says:

    How was it possible for Hitler to lure masses of people to follow his extreme views After WWI, the Treaty of Versailles forced Germans to pay war reparations, which had crushing effects on economy and humiliating effects on patriotic Germans Hitler, a mesmerizing public speaker, blamed all bad things on Jews and


  2. says:

    This is the second book I ve read in recent months that is set in the pre World War II time period of the 1930s in Germany, during which Hitler rose to power and Nazism infiltrated every part of the country Though set in a similar time period, the angle that this book explores is markedly different The story is told from


  3. says:

    I won this book in a goodreads giveaway Thank you to William Morrow This was a really good book It is about the daughter of a high ranking Nazi officer during WW2 Hetty Heinrich knows only what she s been brought up to believe, which is idolizing Hitler and believing in his hatred of the Jews She falls in love with a Jewish boy w


  4. says:

    Daughter of the Reich takes place in Germany during the 1930 s, life is good for the Heinrich family and they have just moved into a beautiful house in Leipzig Hetty s father is a busy man, Hetty, her mother and her brother Karl don t question what the head of the household is up to, he works hard for their family and very long days.Hetty


  5. says:

    Hetty Heinrich is the daughter of a high ranking SS officer, her mother and older brother Karl have just moved from a flat to a three story house with a garden She is loyal to her family and to Hitler, as she has been bought up to be a good German girl.When Hetty was 7 she nearly drowned, Karl s best friend Walter rescued her but he is a Jew and i


  6. says:

    It is the 1930s, pre war Germany At the start of the book, we meet twelve year old Hetty Heinrich, her brother Karl and his best friend Walter In a few years, the rise of Hitler and the spread of Nazism start to overtake their lives Hetty s father is rising in the ranks of the SS and Karl is following in his footsteps At first, Hetty is taken by the promis


  7. says:

    I read a lot of World War II fiction and this is a different look at the war than what is normally written This book takes place in Germany before the war and gives a view of how many of the German people revered Hitler and thought that he was the only person that could save their country Most of the people who disagreed with this opinion were sent to work camps or


  8. says:

    In People Like Us, Louise Fein manages to take us right inside the mind of German schoolgirl Hetty Heinrich, daughter of a high ranking SS officer in the 1930s At first Hetty swallows the Nazi party line, kissing Hitler s picture and trying her hardest to be a good German girl When she realises that her brother s friend Walter who saved her from drowning at the age of eight


  9. says:

    People like Us is a fascinating immersive book set in 1930 s Germany and seen through the eyes of main character, teenage Hetty Hetty s struggle is brilliantly portrayed, she is torn between her adoration of Hitler and her equally powerful draw towards her childhood friend and saviour Walter who happens to be Jewish Love kind of wins out or does it with an enormous cost to those inv


  10. says:

    Heartbreakingly good book Told from thenpoint of a young German girl She has been told the German way is the only way But slowly she discovers what the truth really is and tries to do everything to save her jewish boyfriend from a terrible fate


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