Fascinating reading...a thought-provoking book.
Jennifer Teege's haunting and unflinching memoir shatters the kind of silence that has plagued some German families for three generations and offers a healing alternative.
Jennifer Teege's new memoir traces the pain of discovering her grandfather was the real-life 'Nazi butcher' from Schindler's List.
Unforgettable. . . . Teege's quest to discover her personal history is empowering.
Refreshing...Teege's heartfelt commentary and Sellmair's objective narrative produce a layer of balanced interpretation and insight.
Courageous. . . . The memoir invites rereading to fully absorb Teege's painful search for answers, for a sense of identity and belonging and for inner peace.
A powerful account of Teege's struggle for resolution and redemption.
A stunning memoir of cultural trauma and personal identity.