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Top 40 Book Club : 2012
4 ALL ThAT I Am ANNA FuNdeR Reading this book is like watching a flickering newsreel of Berlin and London in the 1930s. We follow the lives a small group of German exiles desperately trying to expose the coming menace of Hitler’s Nazi regime. Ruth, a survivor of the group, now living in Australia, has witnessed great love, great sacrifice and horrifying betrayal. The story emerges from unlikely sources – Ruth’s sharp but faltering memory, Ernst’s desperation to account for his deep and lost love, Dora, English newspaper reports and most incredibly, the fastidiously-kept German government records. This is both a personal tribute to familiar and well-loved friends and a modern classic exploring the depths of heroism at the crossroads of 20th century history.