Review: E. A. Dustin- Artima’s Travels (Part II)
What a magnificent story in Artima’s Travels (Part II) by E. A. Dustin. First, I’ve read the first book in Artima’s Travels. I love the character of Ella, who is older than her time, more like an old soul, and now, she has this newfound brother, Colton. Ella’s best friend Rusty stays by her side, and even covers for her. Ella finds out some disturbing secrets about her father’s side of the family, a father she never got to meet. The story has a lot of twists and turns, and brings the past to the present with stories, and experiences. The past is based on WWII, in Nazi Germany, and Himmler is looking for scientists to be able to control others, and they experiment on Jews. That’s just the beginning. I learned a lot by reading this story, and there were some things that I didn’t know about some who just had to obey or they would die. Ella wants to know all the family’s secrets, and she has to figure out what Uncle Joseph is up to, and how it involves her. It’s one of those embraceable stories. It’s definitely un-put-downable! It is always an honor to read this author’s books. A wonderfully told story. Brilliant writing! Entertaining and educational. I will definitely add more of this author’s books to my bookshelf. Artima’s Travels is a definite recommendation by Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews.
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Author’s Note: I always wondered what happened to the descendants of the sixteen-hundred plus Nazi scientists that were brought over with Operation Paperclip. I actually worked with a guy whose grandfathers (on both sides) were brought over from Germany to the US as part of the then secret Operation Paperclip.