Eva epub

by Lb Melchior


Eva epub

ISBN: 0931773288

ISBN13: 978-0931773280

Author: Lb Melchior

Category: No category

Language: English

Publisher: Critics Choice Paperbacks (September 1, 1985)

ePUB book: 1682 kb

FB2 book: 1714 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 163

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Early on, we are introduced to Eva, and she is the focus to which the story(s) keeps returning, and her role throughout the book is leading us to an ending that is interesting, to say the least. Ladies, there is some romance. I rated this book a 5-star because the writing was excellent and held my interest at all times during my reading of the book, and it has some twists that keep you staying alert.

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Hitler's desperate plot to save his longtime mistress. Books by Ib Melchior. Mor. rivia About Eva.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Hitler’s desperate plot to save his longtime mistress. Counter Intelligence Corp agent Woody Ward uncovers evidence that it might not have been Eva Braun on Hitler’s funeral pyre. Indeed, at that very moment, Eva is being escorted along the top-secret route mapped for the escape of the Nazi elite. It is a tortuous path where disaster appears at every turn to thwart their arrival at the Italian port of Bari. Ward persuades his superiors to let him go underground and pursue Eva in an attempt to prevent her escape.

Melchior's novels include Code Name: Grand Guignol, Eva, The Haigerloch .

Melchior also wrote Hour of Vengeance, a play based on the Viking story of Amled that also inspired William Shakespeare's play Hamlet.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780931773280.

Like New condition paperback, 1985 1st printing Critic's Choice Books,--a745
This is well-written, with the author relating more than one story to the reader, and bringing it all together at the end, in this game of "who do you trust," which makes the reader on edge as suspense builds.

Early on, we are introduced to Eva, and she is the focus to which the story(s) keeps returning , and her role throughout the book is leading us to an ending that is interesting, to say the least.

Ladies, there is some romance.

I rated this book a 5-star because the writing was excellent and held my interest at all times during my reading of the book, and it has some twists that keep you staying alert.

I recommend this book for all adults.
Writing good, premise interesting (Eva Braun Hitler escaping from a beaten Germany while carrying the fuehrer's child), but after that it was episodic and obvious. After several close calls at capture, she never makes it anyway -- so what was the point? Since the author imagined the escape in the first place, it would have been more fun if he had imagined something more besides. The people who protect her, hidden and obvious, stumble and betray her, and die in satisfying ways; but the American tracking her is never fully realized. I got it for nothing on BookBub, and nothing's what it turned out to be.
As is customary with unbelievable events, the writer advanced a theory about reinventing a possible different outcome and so is this, the story about a infamous person, who might or might not have committed suicide in the "Bunker" The plot is crisp, the events on their escape route believable and as in many cases the person "Eva Braun" made a lot more human and even innocent than the truth; she was after all Adolf Hitler's wife for a day and companion for a lot longer.
Interesting precept but gets long and boring. And this from a die hard reader. Repetitive, sluggish, incomplete feeling. So rare that I am impatient to end a story. I have read a couple of WWII survivor stories lately and this is definitely my least favorite. My take? Find something else in the genre.
If you are looking to know more about this possible mystery this is the book to read. Did not expect to be invested in History's villians, but Ib did a wonderful job of portraying them as regular people. Thought it could have moved along faster.
This is an excellent book. I wish more work had been done to definitely prove that Eva did not die with Hitler and what happened to her.
Since everyone knows the historical ending to this story, "Eva" creates a speculation of mystique and possibilities. This era has always fascinated me because I never understood the blind following of Hitler. I suggest this to anyone who likes a suspenseful novel.
Fun book, if the subject wasn't so serious. Fiction, of course, but one never knows, does one? Seriously, it's another great read from a great writer. Well worth the read Enjoy!