The Seventh Gate by Richard Zimler Review

I’ve just finnished ‘The Seventh Gate’ by Richard Zimler, set in 1930s Berlin, during the Nazis’ rise to power. It brings together Sophiew, Isaac Zarco and his friends, most of whom are Jews, ex-circus performers and underground activists.  I loved the historical fiction part of this book.

It is thrilling and inspiring, I just could not stop reading. Within it, Zimler  (MY FAV AUTHOR EVER) delivers a ton of information wrapped within the complexity of the Nazi Germany terrifying amount of grudge and fanaticism. 

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