A Fast Paced and Haunting World War Two Historical Fiction Novel
As the Nazi shadow of death falls across Europe, one man's wickedness looms out of the darkness.
Mengele, the Angel of Death.
When the Aizenberg family winds up in the dreaded Warsaw ghetto, they must share an apartment with a secular Jewish family. This living arrangement will test young Shoshana Aizenberg as adulthood creeps ever closer.
Meanwhile, fast-rising doctor Ernst saves a man's life on the Russian front. This good deed earns him the coveted role of Dr. Mengele's apprentice at Auschwitz. An opportunity beyond his wildest dreams and the stuff of his nightmares.
Gisele's beauty shines in a life fraught with hardship. She hopes to find her father, but first, she must navigate a Paris crawling with invading Nazis.
Mengele's Apprentice is the second book in Roberta Kagan's heartwrenching Historical WWII series—The Auschwitz Twins.
Praise for Mengele's Apprentice:
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "If you are looking for a hearbtreaking, page turning emotional historical fiction, this one is for you--worth five stars!" – Goodreads review
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "I loved this book, I read all night couldn’t sleep till I finished it. I’m looking forward to The Auschwitz Twins. I had already read some Roberta Kagan’s books but this is the best one, yet!" – Netgalley review
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "Historical fiction can be informative and upsetting. Roberta Kagan does it all in this book... I’m looking forward to the next book in the series." – Goodreads review
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "This is a great sequel to the first book and I can’t wait to read the third! The story is sweet, heart-breaking, and hard, with a lot of sorrow." – Goodreads review
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ " I was super exited to read more about this story and this book really follows through. I was desperate to know more of what happened to the the characters after the ending of the first one. The characterization is still amazing, every character adds a unique perspective. The changes in the narrator to exemplify different points of views is incredibly done... Honestly, this is a great book for any fans of historical fiction." – Netgalley review