Benioff writes about WWII with humor, insight, and a full respect of the history of Russia. Lev, our awkward hero, is caught looting and, instead of being executed, he is sent on an impossible mission to acquire a dozen eggs. During his quest, Lev kills two Germans, is chased by cannibals, meets his future wife, and completely captures the attention and affection of this reader.
City of Thieves by David Benioff
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