— Katherine Locke (@Bibliogato) August 23, 2015
Seriously, this comment was left on my review of For Such a Time by Kate Breslin:
It’s not an easy read, dealing with a dark and hellish time in history, the Nazi occupation of Germany, but it’s a worthwhile and powerful read. Hadassah Benjamin is half-Jewish and believed she’d be protected by her Aryan-like looks; SS Kommandant Colonel Aric von Schmidt is head of the transit concentration camp Theresienstadt in Czechoslovakia.
Getting spam related to the book only makes the book seem more disgusting. And it tarnishes my opinion of spam quite a bit, too. (Not that I was a fan of it either.)
When did spam switch to Christian Inspiration fiction set during the Holocaust? I thought they stuck to drugs and sexual dysfunction.
My email and I are about to come to blows. I don't get an important email until 2 hours later? Not cool.
— Janet Morris (@janersm) September 3, 2015
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