Eleos

  • Title: Eleos
  • Author: D.R. Bell
  • ISBN: Eleos
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    B07JMC4NW7
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  • Page: 426
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  • Eleos ELEOS is not available from retailers but you can request a free copy from the author at drbell gmail The discovery of a valise of old letters written to his Armenian grandfather from an Auschwitz
    ELEOS is not available from retailers but you can request a free copy from the author at drbell2022 gmail.The discovery of a valise of old letters written to his Armenian grandfather from an Auschwitz survivor starts Avi Arutiyan on an odyssey to uncover the mystery surrounding his grandfather s unsolved death From the killing fields of Anatolia to the trial of Adolf ELEOS is not available from retailers but you can request a free copy from the author at drbell2022 gmail.The discovery of a valise of old letters written to his Armenian grandfather from an Auschwitz survivor starts Avi Arutiyan on an odyssey to uncover the mystery surrounding his grandfather s unsolved death From the killing fields of Anatolia to the trial of Adolf Eichmann, Avi s quest opens a door into intersecting paths and dark secrets of three families, stretching back to 1915 Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 422 pages Published first published October 23rd 2018 More Details Original Title Eleos ASIN B07JMC4NW7 Edition Language English Other Editions None found All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Eleos, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 42 Rating details Sort Default Filter Nov 26, 2018 Deacon D rated it really liked it Shelves historical fiction Wow This was some heavy stuff.When a young man named Avi Arutiyan finds some old letters written by a survivor of Auschwitz to his dead grandfather, he is compelled to unravel the truth about the man s death Thus begins ELEOS by D.R Bell, a powerful piece of historical fiction that unflinchingly delves into some seriously dark corners of the human soul.Played out over many years, against the stark backdrops of the Armenian Genocide, the Holocaust, and the trials of a number of inhuman war cri Wow This was some heavy stuff.When a young man named Avi Arutiyan finds some old letters written by a survivor of Auschwitz to his dead grandfather, he is compelled to unravel the truth about the man s death Thus begins ELEOS by D.R Bell, a powerful piece of historical fiction that unflinchingly delves into some seriously dark corners of the human soul.Played out over many years, against the stark backdrops of the Armenian Genocide, the Holocaust, and the trials of a number of inhuman war criminals, Avi gradually discovers a complex web of secrets that ultimately connects three different families.As I have already noted, ELEOS deals with some very heavy subject matter, but Mr Bell deftly weaves the true horrors of history with a satisfying and emotional fictional story This one is gonna stick with me for some time, and I cannot recommend it highly.In the interest of full transparency, I was provided with a complimentary copy of ELEOS from Mr Bell thank you, kind sir and this is my honest review flag 4 likesLike see review View 1 comment Jan 08, 2019 Barbara Fraley rated it it was amazing extremely well written, and intense, informational relevant data of the ww2 atrocities than I have read before while fictional characters, they are based on true events and people so much information here, how was it so easy it was for these crimes to be swept aside germany had no law against mass murder this a must read book, it s not taught in school, we need to stay aware and involved, never stand by and bury your head in the sand history has a way of repeating itself I believe i extremely well written, and intense, informational relevant data of the ww2 atrocities than I have read before while fictional characters, they are based on true events and people so much information here, how was it so easy it was for these crimes to be swept aside germany had no law against mass murder this a must read book, it s not taught in school, we need to stay aware and involved, never stand by and bury your head in the sand history has a way of repeating itself I believe if we are well aware of the big picture in history, we will be better able to fend off repeat occurrences thank you to d r bell for a fine book and many hours of reading I will visit it again flag 3 likesLike see review Dec 06, 2018 Jody rated it it was amazing Shelves 2nd kindle, historical fiction Again, just like with The Metronomewhat a cover and what a story This book is simply overwhelming I enjoyed the notes at the end almost as much as the story I once met a German man at a little book swap station around town He told me that he had just placed some old text books written in German if I was interested After I told him I was unable to read German he asked what I was putting into the swap Just some historical fiction dealing with WWII and the Holocaust if you re interested Again, just like with The Metronomewhat a cover and what a story This book is simply overwhelming I enjoyed the notes at the end almost as much as the story I once met a German man at a little book swap station around town He told me that he had just placed some old text books written in German if I was interested After I told him I was unable to read German he asked what I was putting into the swap Just some historical fiction dealing with WWII and the Holocaust if you re interested I ll never forget his response He said, I grew up in Germany and I m so sick of hearing about that stuff D.R Bell shares that this was a common response among Germans for several years after the war This book is so good on many levels I felt connection with Avi and David even though they were years apart I enjoyed the history and learned a lot of new things I had never heard of the Armenian Genocide until reading this I didn t know about Wegner s photos but have looked them up, they are haunting than Bell describes I cannot even begin to imagine the amount of research that went into writing this book but it really pays off This is one of the best books I ve read in this genre If you are into historical fiction along the lines of Steve Berry then read this book The endnotes are just as fascinating as the story I really cannot think of enough good things to say about this book David s story really stuck with me.To D.R Bell thanks for the complimentary copy and keep up the excellent work flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 17, 2018 Sol rated it it was amazing A must read book, so, given the current turbulent times all over the world The fine line we all walk against the backdrop of some of the most recent atrocities committed by mankind Given the right circumstances, as Eleos shows, regular people in any country will justify their monstrous deeds Hopefully, the people will read and understand, they ll have a harder time following what s convenient instead of what is RIGHT flag 2 likesLike see review Dec 25, 2018 Natalie Wood rated it really liked it Eleos was the ancient Greek personification of mercy.Now it is also the title of a creative non fiction thriller set against the backdrop of the 1961 Eichmann trial, that relates in lurid, gruesome detail the similarities between the infamous Armenian and Jewish genocides of the 20th century that were allowed to happen barely 25 years apart.The plot of this multi stranded tale hinges on one Jewish Holocaust survivor asking another to trace the Nazi SS officer who rescued him from certain death Eleos was the ancient Greek personification of mercy.Now it is also the title of a creative non fiction thriller set against the backdrop of the 1961 Eichmann trial, that relates in lurid, gruesome detail the similarities between the infamous Armenian and Jewish genocides of the 20th century that were allowed to happen barely 25 years apart.The plot of this multi stranded tale hinges on one Jewish Holocaust survivor asking another to trace the Nazi SS officer who rescued him from certain death and so deserves to be included in the Yad Vashem Museum Righteous Among the Nations.One never stops learning So as a British child of the early fifties, many of the historical events mentioned read like urecognised markers of my own girlhood.But what caught me short was the evident resentment nurtured by some native born Israelis towards those who survived the Shoah, either for an assumed lack of resistance to the Nazis or their enforced work in the camp crematoria and as kapos camp trustees Is this why many ageing survivors in Israel now live their declining years in penury, despite having borne witness to what happened In retrospect, it is clear that many other citizens of immediate post independent Israel felt that they resided in a third world country that a restricted job market, a poor standard of living and worries about children facing enforced IDF conscription pushed them back into the Diaspora.Sadly, it also appears with the benefit of modern hindsight that survivor guilt is not only a psychosis It may also be something brutally thrust upon one group by others who cannot begin to fathom an existence that remains incomprehensible to anyone who has never lived on Planet Auschwitz There, we are told, a skewed and aberrant morality applied.Again, I previously knew nothing of events like the 1954 Scorpions Pass Massacre or Israel s unforgivable behaviour at Kafr Kassem on the eve of the 1956 Suez Campaign.It was also most shocking to discover how much the Nazis learned from the Turks evil work in Armenia and therefore profoundly unsettling to know that earlier this year, the Knesset still refused to acknowledge that what happened was genocideSo as I pondered atrocity piled upon atrocity read wicked schoolyard Holocaust jokes that would otherwise have author, D R Bell prosecuted for spreading hate, I finally began to understand why media personnel aside in December 1963 the trial of Auschwitz criminals at Frankfurt am Main could not compete with a new British group called the Beatles Or with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor getting married.Ah, yes, I remember them well D R Bell s Eleos is at once a compelling and troubling yarn overflowing with inconvenient, unimaginable truths writ huge To suggest that to read the story s final words is, all differences considered, like the death of a small world, makes it something special Now all that s left is to wonder how the fast shrinking community of real life survivors will react Let s see flag 1 likeLike see review Oct 29, 2018 Michele rated it it was amazing I have read most if not all of D.R Bell s novels loved all of them I was so glad when I saw he came out with another one I didn t realize it was about genocide and the Eichmann trials This is historical fiction so not everything is exact At the back of the book the author will clue you in to what really happened and the major players.It makes comparisons between the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust and the human reactions of the survivors It also mentions the Cambodian Genocide.If you I have read most if not all of D.R Bell s novels loved all of them I was so glad when I saw he came out with another one I didn t realize it was about genocide and the Eichmann trials This is historical fiction so not everything is exact At the back of the book the author will clue you in to what really happened and the major players.It makes comparisons between the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust and the human reactions of the survivors It also mentions the Cambodian Genocide.If you have ever met a Holocaust survivor, which I have, you will recognize the anger and guilt they carry with them.As I was reading this book 11 people were murdered in Pittsburgh Synagogue by, I guess you would call him, a white supremacist.The author also mentions that a lot of millennial s and younger do not even believe the Holocaust occurred I leave you with this thought Unless we remember then history is bound to repeat itself flag 1 likeLike see review chitra das rated it it was amazing Jan 05, 2019 Beatriz Nunez rated it it was amazing Dec 31, 2018 Stacy rated it liked it Jan 02, 2019 Patrick Kelly rated it it was amazing Jan 20, 2019 Fiona rated it it was amazing Jan 14, 2019 cynthia sato rated it it was amazing Jan 05, 2019 Frank Roberto marked 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    1. Wow This was some heavy stuff.When a young man named Avi Arutiyan finds some old letters written by a survivor of Auschwitz to his dead grandfather, he is compelled to unravel the truth about the man s death Thus begins ELEOS by D.R Bell, a powerful piece of historical fiction that unflinchingly delves into some seriously dark corners of the human soul.Played out over many years, against the stark backdrops of the Armenian Genocide, the Holocaust, and the trials of a number of inhuman war cri Wo [...]

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    2. extremely well written, and intense, informational relevant data of the ww2 atrocities than I have read before while fictional characters, they are based on true events and people so much information here, how was it so easy it was for these crimes to be swept aside germany had no law against mass murder this a must read book, it s not taught in school, we need to stay aware and involved, never stand by and bury your head in the sand history has a way of repeating itself I believe i extremely w [...]

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    3. Again, just like with The Metronomewhat a cover and what a story This book is simply overwhelming I enjoyed the notes at the end almost as much as the story I once met a German man at a little book swap station around town He told me that he had just placed some old text books written in German if I was interested After I told him I was unable to read German he asked what I was putting into the swap Just some historical fiction dealing with WWII and the Holocaust if you re interested Again, just [...]

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    4. A must read book, so, given the current turbulent times all over the world The fine line we all walk against the backdrop of some of the most recent atrocities committed by mankind Given the right circumstances, as Eleos shows, regular people in any country will justify their monstrous deeds Hopefully, the people will read and understand, they ll have a harder time following what s convenient instead of what is RIGHT.

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    5. Eleos was the ancient Greek personification of mercy.Now it is also the title of a creative non fiction thriller set against the backdrop of the 1961 Eichmann trial, that relates in lurid, gruesome detail the similarities between the infamous Armenian and Jewish genocides of the 20th century that were allowed to happen barely 25 years apart.The plot of this multi stranded tale hinges on one Jewish Holocaust survivor asking another to trace the Nazi SS officer who rescued him from certain death E [...]

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    6. I have read most if not all of D.R Bell s novels loved all of them I was so glad when I saw he came out with another one I didn t realize it was about genocide and the Eichmann trials This is historical fiction so not everything is exact At the back of the book the author will clue you in to what really happened and the major players.It makes comparisons between the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust and the human reactions of the survivors It also mentions the Cambodian Genocide.If you I have [...]

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