The Storyteller is obviously not the first book that ever brings up Auschwitz, the most notorious slaughter camp in human history, as its premise. Be that as it may, it’s one that does it from a slightly different angle. It’s common to punctuate the unimaginable atrocity the SS has done in holocaust, but time to time, it’s interesting to ask a different question. Were all men in SS equally heartless?
Eventually, the book closes up with that even though grass on the other side often looks greener, family and dignity are two things that the Asians value greatly. Both are some sort of supremacy in our civilization. And also, those are the reasons why, as enticing as it is, it’s never easy to jump to another boat.
Animal Farm is a political satire written by George Orwell. It tells about a farm where the animals rebel against the owner. As a whole and in details, this fable is an allegory of Russian Revolution 1917 and eventually Russian days under Stalinist era.
An amazing historical novel by Khaled Hosseini about a boy and his bestfriend’s unusual life journey in Afghanistan.