Somewhere in the end I feel like as if the author was unable to justify the ending . I don't understand what krysia was trying to do by sending her away when the entire logic behind resistance was the survival of those who can. Even if she would have accepted Kommandant Richwalder's offer what was the harm in it . overall the story was going great but in the last chapters it feels like as if the author was rushing to wind it up . And how easily Anna hushed off the feelings she was having for Kommandant Richwalder. I think author was unable to do justice with Kommandant Richwalder character . I'm more sympathetic towards him than i should be with Anna .
It's heartbreaking, written and exicuted with brilliance!! The tale is full of adventure and nerve wrecking chill. I don't want to give spoilers by disclosing the end, but I must mention it's heart shattering. I half expected it not to happen but alas...It did. And how! A forbidden love got its due. A thrilling but sad end. Don't miss it. Among all the 2nd world war stories I have read, this one is different. It's fabulously penned. A must read for world war bookworms!! :)