Out of Poland


Fiction - Historical - Event/Era
102 Pages
Reviewed on 04/25/2022
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Reviewed by Manik Chaturmutha for Readers' Favorite

Authors Charles Breakfield and Rox Burkey stun readers with yet another nail-biting suspense thriller from their engrossing Enigma Series. A gripping novella, Out of Poland, is set in Poland in 1939. War-ravaged Poland is witnessing the mass exodus of its denizens. Under the Polish Ambassador, three young men take charge of delivering the German Enigma machine. The machine is believed to contain all the secrets of the German military forces. Tavius, Wolfgang, and Ferdek risk their lives and set out on a dangerous journey to hand over the Enigma machine to the Ambassador of Britain. The entire story focuses on the challenges faced by the three brave patriots to safely transport the machine across the Swiss border. Can this small group of patriots complete the expected consignment and pave the path for a free Polish nation?

The book is fast-paced, filled with hazardous events of encounters between the German militants and Polish soldiers. It's a guidebook for all who have never learned about the background of the Holocaust. The horrors of WWII presented in the story are sure to make anybody feel for the traumatized citizens of Poland. While reading the book, I could feel like I was a part of every unpredictable encounter between the three young men and the Gestapo. Breakfield and Burkey have based their story on accurate historical descriptions that add to the story's creativity. Danger and tension give readers an edge-of-the-seat experience, and patriotism oozes out of every page.

The rootlessness of the Polish people feels organic and so authentic. The exploitation of innocent women, brutal killings, atrocities on Polish citizens, and labeling them falsely of crimes are pieces that arrest attention. The authors deserve appreciation for celebrating the unrecognized heroes of war who perished for the nation's cause. The three young men are not only on a mission to pass on crucial information but also are representatives of humanity. The historical insights are enlightening, and the adrenaline rush is inexpressible. The story is balanced and impactful. A gut-wrenching narrative, an epic war story, Out of Poland keeps readers gripped to the end until the purpose of the Enigma machine is revealed. On the whole, the story is one for cyber mystery and suspense thriller aficionados.