Continuing Legend of the “Spirit Dancer of Auschwitz”

Yes, they had Jokers in 1943!

Herr Ubermensch

Dear Subscriber,

Great series to read during Passover!

I’m reading this on Erev Yom HaShoah (the day prior to Holocaust Memorial Day) in memory of my late father-in-law whom I never met as he passed away before I met my husband.

This story is very unique and different and gave me cold chills right from the start. This is a cliffhanger so be prepared for that. The Admiral Butterflies was beautifully done and very eerie. The story is a look at a horrible time in history in an unusual way it is good in its own right very thought provoking and heartbreaking. I will be honest it made me sad but it is very well done.

I’m crafting Chapter Six, “The Dancer Meets the Groom” in my continuing serial Auschwitz Dancer.

Auschwitz Dancer

Here’s the first paragraph from the previous chapter:
Chapter Five: Herr Übermensch
In the hallway of the giant castle, the winds are whipping through the chambers. Inside each room are the monsters of Herr Übermensch. He knows they are created from the nightmares of those in the Zofiówka Sanatorium. The leader of the game also knows the castle is below this madhouse, and below that is the playing field of Auschwitz-Birkenau, and the strength of the game lies in the power of pure evil, which is driven by every totalitarian mind that ever thought about power. Without the game, there can be no focused machines of war or fanatical striving to control the bodies and minds of humans who have no concept of what life was like before the first person went mad with greed, lust, and inventions of doom.
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Thanks, and continue your reading adventure in good health!
James Musgrave
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