Their Cemetery Sown With Corn by Frank Binder

Posted: May 1, 2014 in Uncategorized

Netgalley gave me this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!

Their Cemetery Sown With Corn by Frank Binder

John Arnold has loved Germany ever since he started living there. He loves the culture, the people, and just Germany in general. However, everything changes when the Nazis rise to people and the people he used to know aren’t who they used to be. He doesn’t know what to do, but he also has problems leaving the land that he loves so much.

This novel was interesting. It had some good parts that made me think about what happened in Germany. I liked to read about how all the people changed once the Nazis took over. It was sad, but it was realistic.

However, I didn’t like how many little details that were in this novel that could have been cut. This novel is much longer than it needed to be and it could be a bit slow at times making it very hard to finish.

Overall I would give it three out of five.

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