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Opa Nobody (American Lives) by Sonya Huber (2013-01-01)

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  • By th30be on June 18, 2013

    This book is awful. All this book tries to do is make the author seem better about herself by comparing herself with her grandfather that did absolutely nothing. She compares herself but there is not many parallels for her so she makes up a lot of stuff.

  • By Rick L. Wilhelm on August 9, 2009

    Sonya gives of herself in this book in a very personal way. The book is remarkable in how detailed it is. She obviously sees human nature for what it is: Good, Bad, but mostly always in between and complicated. It is a haunting book but also hopeful. I knew her a little when she was in Ohio, so I know how hard working and dedicated she is. Still, I was surprised by how really great the book was. Incredible work. - Rick W.

  • By Suzanne Kamata on August 3, 2008

    This compelling hybrid manages to be at the same time a memoir of a young activist and new mother, a meticulously researched history of a group about whom little has been written - German anti-fascists in Nazi Germany - and a richly imagined version of the author's grandfather's life. Huber expertly draws parallels between her own experiences and the lives of the grandparents she never met, while creating characters so real that I found myself in tears at the end.

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