The war is over, but he is stuck in in a perpetual nightmare
Surrendering to the Russians is Wehrmacht Leutnant Johann Hauser's only option. Then he hopes for a fast end of World War II.
But once the war ends, his ordeal doesn't.
Whisked away into the vast lands of the Soviet Union, he and his comrades cling to life by a thin thread. The fighting never stops, but their new enemies are hunger, cold, and exhaustion.
Every passing day is a cycle of hope and disappointment with one single goal in mind: staying alive.
When fate in form of the Soviet system throws him one drawback after another, can Johann maintain enough strength to survive and ultimately return home?
Read all the books in the War Girl series and I must say this was the best because it brought out so much emotions. The misery and suffering endured and for it to be a happy ending. I sure like fiction better than real life when it finally ends like this😀
I loved the entire War Girls Series of 11 books. Each one was a page turner. Loved all the characters and each of the sisters. I’m sad it has ended. Read all 11 during the pandemic and glad to find something this enjoyable to read even if it was a horrible time in history.
Endless Ordeal by Marion Kummerow
This is another outstanding book by Ms Kummerow! She expertly weaves historical facts with fictional characters to tell the story of German POWs enslaved by Russia before & well after WWII ended. How our hero endured both physical & psychological abuses inflicted by the Russians is true of so many POWs. It’s a page turner & hope all of you read Endless Ordeal & the other books in the War Girls series!!