Sebastian Hidalgo


Klara Bergmann, Jew and former journalist, has to witness her grandfather's cold-blooded murder
by the hands of a Nazi soldier.
For the young woman, that moment is the beginning of an odyssey that- with the help of the Klein
family - will force her to travel through Germany and hide in Warsaw. But peace ends quickly, and
the shadows of Nazism looms over Europe, and Klara isn't safe. Alone and once again forced to
run in warn-torn world, will she be able to find safety?

Johannes Neumann is a high-ranked SS soldier. His notorious cruelty, his strong friendship with
Himmler and a an obsessive, almost morbid bond with Adolf Hitler, have given him a career: in
Dachau's camp he's the only real authority, ironclad like his own faith in the Reich. But yet, bearing
witness to the destruction of Warsaw and receiving disturbing news will put his whole world to the
test, forcing him to ask himself the question that, sooner or later, haunts every one of us: who I
really am?

In the middle of World War II their paths will move towards one another time and time again without
never crossing, until a conclusion in which everything loses significance and surviving is the only option.

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