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    READ & DOWNLOAD Ù PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB á Sarah Cohen-Scali Sarah Cohen-Scali á 6 SUMMARY PDF READ Max By Sarah Cohen–Scali This is a story that needs to be told The Lebensborn program where the Nazis literally bred people with superior Aryan characteristics in order to create a master race is not something that you hear a lot about At least not in fiction and certainly not in fiction presented to teens So when I heard about this book a book

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    Sarah Cohen-Scali á 6 SUMMARY READ & DOWNLOAD Ù PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB á Sarah Cohen-Scali READ & DOWNLOAD Max By Sarah Cohen-Scali If you like your books to be challenging and thought provoking then Max is your kind of novel Credit must go to the author Sarah Cohen Scali and translator Text’s own Penny Hueston for crafting a character that despite the evil he embodies was able to invoke empathy in us as readers We couldn’t help but feel for Max as he tries

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    PDF READ Max By Sarah Cohen–Scali READ & DOWNLOAD Ù PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB á Sarah Cohen-Scali I received this book for free from the publisher Walker Books in return for a reviewMax is the perfect Nazi baby Born as part of the eugenics programme his blond hair blue eyes and entire body are perfect But raised with Nazi ideology and living through the brutality of war how long can Max cope before reality uestions his own beliefs?'Max' is such an amazing and powerful novel it had me gripped shocked horrified and eve

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    PDF READ Max By Sarah Cohen–Scali 3 12 stars I can see why a lot of readers would hate this book It's easy to despise the plot to feel disgusted by the narrator and the writin

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    PDF READ Max By Sarah Cohen–Scali Sarah Cohen-Scali á 6 SUMMARY This is the story of a child born under the Nazi Lebensborn program which was essentially a program to breed pure Ayran babies who would be the future leaders of the Third Reich Max is born on April 20 1936 making

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Ù PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB á Sarah Cohen-Scali PDF READ Max By Sarah Cohen–Scali Sarah Cohen-Scali á 6 SUMMARY I just couldn't get into this I think the narrating baby is what I can't deal with he's obnoxious and in case you missed it he's a baby I don't

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Max By Sarah Cohen-Scali PDF READ Max By Sarah Cohen–Scali Let me tell you one thing about this book I won't consider it as a masterpiece I won't call it a life changing novel that's why I only gave 3 s

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Max By Sarah Cohen-Scali READ & DOWNLOAD Ù PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB á Sarah Cohen-Scali Sarah Cohen-Scali á 6 SUMMARY I just saw that this book aimed for YA audience And I have to say this book is messed up and too heavy I was shocked even at the very beginning of this book The language the protagonist used was unbelievable even for fiction it didn't make any sense I really hate how he viewed the women and even though I knew that the society was

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    PDF READ Max By Sarah Cohen–Scali The second world war and nazism are probably the topics there are books about but I am always surprised by the originality of some I would classify Max as a coming of age story but obviously it is very different from other books belonging to

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Ù PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB á Sarah Cohen-Scali Sarah Cohen-Scali á 6 SUMMARY PDF READ Max By Sarah Cohen–Scali Hits all my issues re fictional nazis in novels No thanks

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Max By Sarah Cohen-Scali

SUMMARY Max By Sarah Cohen-Scali ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Par les nazis mettent au monde de purs représentants de la race aryenne jeunesse idéale destinée à régénérer l'Allemagne puis l'Europe occupée par le ReichUne fable historiue fascinante et dérangeante u'on ne peut pas lâcher Une lecture choc remaruablement documentée dont on ne sort pas indemn. Let me tell you one thing about this book I won t consider it as a masterpiece I won t call it a life changing novel that s why I only gave 3 stars by the way but I would say without any hesitation that Max is a book that will make you think A lot First of all it s the story of Max actually Konrad who is a boy born to represent the aryen race at is best during WWII Basically Hitler wanted to create an army of nazis pupets So our main character is one of them We follow his story from his birth to the end of WWII I found it a little bit too long to start and I actually started to enjoy it with the arrival of a new character Lukas The main character being made to be the perfect little nazi isn t one you can relate to easily He isn t one of those character that you love from the first moment But eventually considering the fact that you know all of his life since his birth you re able to understand why he act like he does why he thinks what he thinksIt s also rough as a story obviously it s about WWII but some scene can be uite explicite and the language can be crude It s not a story for young children Beside that the story itself is one of those that really leave you thinking I actually finished the second half of the book in one sitting at 130 am Because you find yourself carring about the characters you find yourself wanting an happy ending for them Cause they re not evil They re just products of the Nazi s government They re victims of it And even though I had some problems with this book I finished it thinking differently about WWII You can only admire the research and the effort of the author who reveal the nazi regim s horror way that what you learn in school can teach you in a very deeper way You end up being able to see how far they were ready to go and what the world could have been if the nazis hadn t been defeated I will end up on this note if you love history you should read this book But expect it to be different from what you think it is and expect to learn a lot from it Actually even if you don t love history you should read it Because I think everyone should be aware of what happened Fous d'amour u'on ne peut pas lâcher Une lecture choc remaruablement documentée dont on ne sort pas indemn. Let me tell you one thing about this book I won t consider it as a masterpiece I won t call it a life changing novel that s why I only gave 3 stars by the way but I would say without any hesitation that Max is a book that will make you think A lot First of all it s the story of Max actually Konrad who is a boy born to represent the aryen race at is best during WWII Basically Hitler wanted to create an army of nazis pupets So our main character is one of them We follow his story from his birth to the end of WWII I found it a little bit too long to start and I actually started to enjoy it with the arrival of a new character Lukas The main character being made to be the perfect little nazi isn t one you can relate to easily He isn t one of those character that you love from the first moment But eventually considering the fact that you know all of his life since his birth you re able to SAS : L'Amour fou du colonel Chang understand why he act like he does why he thinks what he thinksIt s also rough as a story obviously it s about WWII but some scene can be Les Frères Ashkenazi -Yoshe le fou uite explicite and the language can be crude It s not a story for young children Beside that the story itself is one of those that really leave you thinking I actually finished the second half of the book in one sitting at 130 am Because you find yourself carring about the characters you find yourself wanting an happy ending for them Cause they re not evil They re just products of the Nazi s government They re victims of it And even though I had some problems with this book I finished it thinking differently about WWII You can only admire the research and the effort of the author who reveal the nazi regim s horror way that what you learn in school can teach you in a very deeper way You end L'amour fou de zivana up being able to see how far they were ready to go and what the world could have been if the nazis hadn t been defeated I will end La Transe et ses entours : La sorcellerie, l'amour fou, saint Jean de la Croix, etc. up on this note if you love history you should read this book But expect it to be different from what you think it is and expect to learn a lot from it Actually even if you don t love history you should read it Because I think everyone should be aware of what happened

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SUMMARY Max By Sarah Cohen-Scali ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB 19 avril 1936 Bientôt minuit Je vais naître dans une minute exactement Je vais voir le jour le 20 avril Date anniversaire de notre Fürher Je serai ainsi béni des dieux germaniues et l'on verra en moi le premier né de la race suprême La race aryenne Celle ui désormais régnera en maître sur le mond. This is a story that needs to be told The Lebensborn program where the Nazis literally bred people with superior Aryan characteristics in order to create a master race is not something that you hear a lot about At least not in fiction and certainly not in fiction presented to teens So when I heard about this book a book narrated by a Lebensborn beginning at his birth I thought Finally This will be a striking important book What would it be like to be raised from birth on a diet of Nazi propaganda And not just that Germans are a master race but that you specifically have been born a superior being The Lebensborn did not know their fathers They were taken from their mothers and adopted out to high ranking Nazi officers as a reward I have never come across a story about what happened to any of them and my degree is basically in German literature I am married to a man with a degree in German and we met when we were both in a bizarre post WWII German play Needless to say as soon as I heard about it I had to read this book And now I am angry Not that such a thing happened not the sort of anger that reading about WWII or the Holocaust causes Not that righteous anger No I m angry because the first book I ve ever found about the Lebensborn program is a FREAKING HOT MESS and I want to know how anyone thought this would be okayI suspect part of the problem is that it is translated from French A lot of my issues stem from what I shall call word choice in this book Let s give the benefit of the doubt to Ms Cohen Scali and say that she had a very clumsy translator Much of the slang and several of the idioms are jarringly modern pulling me out of the story repeatedly to frown and think would they have known what that was in 1936 In war torn 1941 Berlin Annnnd then there s the swearing So many swears Now bear with me I m no shrinking flower when it comes to swearing in literature just ask my easily shocked book club And yes I know that the F word was not unknown in the 1940 s I d just like to know how a four year old raised in an environment where pure thoughts were held to such a high standard would hear that word enough to use it constantly Also calling all women bitches Let s think about this He knows even before he is born that he is special His mother is one of the finest examples of Aryan womanhood All the women there are They have been carefully examined and vetted their pedigrees checked and rechecked they are revered as goddesses doing their sacred duty And running the Lebensborn home are a bevy of nunlike women all of whom nearly faint at the sound of Hitler s voice on the radio They speak constantly of higher thoughts of taking care of beautiful Aryan bodies for the purity of the homeland nobility of purpose for men and women etc etc How then is this child then born thinking and later speaking not only a constant stream of venomous f words but also referring to all women as bitches and whores Where did he learn this Not one other person in the book is depicted as talking this way so who is he modeling his speech afterAnd that s really where I have a huge problem with this book Not the swearing not the fact that the main character is a little jerk which I expected but the fact that he is so inconsistent Inconsistent to the time period to his upbringing and inconsistent with his own past behavior He will say that he forgets his real mother or this person or that event Then later he will describe the person 0r the event in detail for someone with no explanation of whether he was lying about forgetting or something made the memory return He has seen soldiers having sex with both prostitutes and prisoners at one house where he lives and talks about how boring it is and how uninterested he is in girls bodies then a chapter later he naughtily sneaks off to spy on some naked girls He is also way too young at this time to know or care about what he is seeing And actually that s the point where I nearly had to DNF this book I don t know about you but reading page after page of excruciating details about young girls being kidnaped beaten and then given a highly invasive gynecological exam is about my limit for gratuitous anything in a book Ditto the descriptions of young boys penises which seemed entirely exploitativeThere is a large chunk of the book where he is four years old which made me wonder if the author had ever met a four year old Not only does he speak and think in long elouent sentences but his physical behavior is well above and beyond even an eight year old He s supposed to be smart and physically perfect but not preternaturally smart and strong At this time he also knows exactly what happens at concentration camps and works for a time with a collaborator She defies her handlers and he is confused when he doesn t see her again and thinks perhaps she has been sent back to the camp Years later he thinks about exactly how she was executed as though he knew Also having talked since the day he was born about inferior people being killed having spent years at a special school training to be a good Nazi and having learned that he is using soap made from the fat of murdered Jews when someone tells him that the Jews in concentration camps are being killed he freaks out like he s never heard such a horrible thing Okay seriouslyThere s no moment of clarity where he discovers that all he knows is wrong nor is there a moment when he decides that no matter the evidence the Nazi way is always right There s no consistency to what he does and doesn t know or how he will react He seems to have few emotions at all unless being arrogant counts as an emotion Even when no praise is given he believes himself to be superior and it s all he thinks about Yet he never seems to come down because of his hubris The book is just a recitation of what happened in the war as told by an arrogant little brat who keeps contradicting himself For contrast the one person he actually likes and looks up to is a fine Aryan specimen who is secretly Jewish He is based on the very real Solomon Perel a young Jewish man who attended an elite Nazi school as the ultimate cover story His story is told in Europa Europa which is both a book and a superb movie This story would have been eually interesting except he is also a jerk who does things with no rhyme or reason therefore he is impossible to understand or root for Can you see why I m angry The premise of this book is gold Her research seems to have been impeccable There s a bibliography and notes at the end It has all the earmarks of an important book for the WWII fiction shelves And then she drops the ball so hard it s painful to read

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SUMMARY Max By Sarah Cohen-Scali ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB E Je suis l'enfant du futur Conçu sans amour Sans Dieu Sans loi Sans rien d'autre ue la force et la rage Je mordrai au lieu de téter Je hurlerai au lieu de gazouiller Je haïrai au lieu d'aimer Heil HitlerMax est le prototype parfait du programme Lebensborn initié par Himmler Des femmes sélectionnées. I just couldn t get into this I think the narrating baby is what I can t deal with he s obnoxious and in case you missed it he s a baby I don t understand babies when they can t talk let alone this one that only talks about Hitler and breastfeeding I m sure it s good as it won a ton of awards but it was just too dry for me and really weird

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  • Max By Sarah Cohen-Scali
  • Sarah Cohen-Scali
  • French
  • 16 July 2020
  • 9782070643899