Book Reviews,  Memoir/Biography,  Nazis,  NON FICTION

The Inextinguishable Symphony by Martin Goldsmith ** (of 4)

I listened to about half of the book on cassette and have to say I was disappointed. I love listening to Goldsmith on the radio. I could listen to him speak all day. This book about his parents, professional musicians, who fell in love, married, and managed to stay one step ahead of death in Nazi Germany somehow didn’t really hold my interest. Sue felt about the same. His parents were interesting, but not that interesting. The Nazis were nearby, but not that close.