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The Kommandant's Girl

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Good read

It was a great story, but I didn't care for the ending.

posted by MandyMona on March 17, 2009

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Most Helpful Critical Review

6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

not that great...

firs of all sorry for my english - its not my native language. thats true - i couldnt put down that book... but it just made me angry to be honest. author made so much historical mastakes! for example - Poland was fighting with Germans for a month, not for two weeks (l...
firs of all sorry for my english - its not my native language. thats true - i couldnt put down that book... but it just made me angry to be honest. author made so much historical mastakes! for example - Poland was fighting with Germans for a month, not for two weeks (like France). Emma/Anna is buyng oranges or drinking orange juce all the time - dureing war in Poland it was almost impissible to buy bread - what about oranges!!! author is writening also about fridges - first fridge in Poland was made in 1956!so long after the war... next thing - the Resistance movement - the book says that there was only Jews fighting for freedom, what about the Poles? in the book ther is only one polish freedom fighter and many Jews. in reality it was just opposite. i understeand that its kind of historical fiction but its just sooo unreal that it hurts, especialy that Pam Jenoff was vice consul in Cracow - she should study some more history beafore writening that book. shame...

posted by Anonymous on April 14, 2008

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  • Posted October 6, 2012

    Ordered New--Came Used.

    I was excited to get this book. I ordered it new, but when it was delivered, I was disappointed to see that it was a very used copy. I returned it to my local store. The sales person thought I had ordered it used and started to challenge my return, but fortunately I saved my receipt and showed him it was ordered NEW. I have since re-ordered another new copy and will wait for that delivery. I have never had this problem before from B&N.....as I have ordered MANY books from them, and am well aware when I am buying a used book. Normally I wouldn't have a problem w/a used book, but I want what I paid for. My low rating on this purchase is solely based on how B&N handled my order and my return. It has nothing to do w/the book itself.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2009

    let down

    i personally found this book just a waste of time. depressing and just not enjoyable.

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    Posted July 20, 2009

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