Reviewer Amos Lassen writes: “Despite being isolated socially for her husband’s harrowing fate and exiled in the United States after the Warsaw Pact invasion in 1968, Kovály remained an optimist. […]
There is a wealth of information here about the Holocaust and crimes committed by Czechoslovakia’s communist regime and we also get a look at Czechoslovakia’s First Republic.
Kovaly’s story is engrossing, immediate and real. Kovaly speaks from within, from her soul and pulls us into her life. I actually read the book in one sitting because I did not feel I could or wanted to stop. Prepare yourselves for an emotional read.”
The full review is available here. Hitler, Stalin and I: An Oral History will be publishing this week!