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Nine years have passed since the fall of the Third Reich… For most, the scourge of Nazism is a fading memory… But for one man, the ultimate demise of its vilest leaders is everything… A lone Israeli agent has dedicated his life to tracking down those who have escaped justice… Now, only one remains: Adolf Hitler.


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Nine years have passed since the fall of the Third Reich… For most, the scourge of Nazism is a fading memory… But for one man, the ultimate demise of its vilest leaders is everything… A lone Israeli agent has dedicated his life to tracking down those who have escaped justice… Now, only one remains: Adolf Hitler.

30 review for Dreidel To The Grave

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maureen

    Both the premise - (hunting down the military elite of the Nazi party, 9 years after the war, and in particular its leader, Hitler) combined with the explosive non stop action, means’ Dreidel To The Grave’, would make a spectacular movie! David Gal is very much his own man, a Mossad agent, he does things his way, and if he’s on a mission, nothing and no one will prevent him from achieving his goals. He’s something of a smartass, brash to the point of rudeness, but you have to admire him, consider Both the premise - (hunting down the military elite of the Nazi party, 9 years after the war, and in particular its leader, Hitler) combined with the explosive non stop action, means’ Dreidel To The Grave’, would make a spectacular movie! David Gal is very much his own man, a Mossad agent, he does things his way, and if he’s on a mission, nothing and no one will prevent him from achieving his goals. He’s something of a smartass, brash to the point of rudeness, but you have to admire him, considering who his targets are, and in particular the reason why this quest is so personal to him. This mission takes him to Argentina, where Hitler and his inner circle - the military elite, are thought to have fled. It goes without saying that this is a very dangerous mission, involving gun fights, bloody encounters, interrogation and torture. Gal has a meeting set up with a local underworld boss, who may have the information needed to complete his quest. He is provided with an Argentinian chauffeur/guide, Enzo, however Enzo becomes much more than a chauffeur to Gal. Enzo is an adorable character, he has a childlike naivety, that will melt your heart, and brings much to the storyline. With extreme and bloody violence, a storyline that may require you to suspend disbelief at times, it was nevertheless, an action packed, gripping read, with an opening chase sequence that left me breathless. Very enjoyable. *My thanks to Yoel Bereket, for offering me a free copy in exchange for an honest unbiased review*

  2. 5 out of 5

    Regina

    Imagine a 350-page pulp fiction paperback. Open it up, tear it in half, toss out the part in your left hand, and pick up the story for its final 177 pages. That’s what it feels like diving into Yoel Bereket’s Nazi-hunting revenge fantasy Dreidel to the Grave. You’re dropped right into the center of the action without all the pesky slow-burn plot and character buildup so common in most novels. Readers follow primo Nazi slayer David Gal as he ruthlessly murders former leaders of the Third Reich in Imagine a 350-page pulp fiction paperback. Open it up, tear it in half, toss out the part in your left hand, and pick up the story for its final 177 pages. That’s what it feels like diving into Yoel Bereket’s Nazi-hunting revenge fantasy Dreidel to the Grave. You’re dropped right into the center of the action without all the pesky slow-burn plot and character buildup so common in most novels. Readers follow primo Nazi slayer David Gal as he ruthlessly murders former leaders of the Third Reich in a fictionalized world nine years after its fall. In this version of history, Hitler is still alive and in hiding, and Gal is determined to track him down at all costs. Maybe it’s because I already had “pulp fiction” on my mind, but Dreidel to the Grave reminded me a lot of Quentin Tarantino movies. Its tone and violence are similar to the filmmaker’s signature style in general, but the revisionist plot is specifically reminiscent of “Inglourious Basterds.” If you liked that film, there’s a good chance you’ll enjoy this book. I am a Tarantino fan, so I was predisposed to like Dreidel to the Grave. If I was reviewing it on a site called Goodpulp, I’d be at 4 stars. For Goodreads though, 3 seems more appropriate. My thanks to the author for providing a gifted copy to review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Peter Topside

    This was a newer type of story for me, but I really did enjoy it. It follows a superhero-like Israeli spy, Gal, hunting Hitler for his atrocities against the Jews, which includes Gal's family. He travels around the world to find his target, leaving a path of well-calculated destruction in his way. He is an awesome protagonist and his sidekick, Enzo, is great, too. The story is informative, action-packed, bloody, and has a lot of serious portions of it, however, there is also a fair amount of hum This was a newer type of story for me, but I really did enjoy it. It follows a superhero-like Israeli spy, Gal, hunting Hitler for his atrocities against the Jews, which includes Gal's family. He travels around the world to find his target, leaving a path of well-calculated destruction in his way. He is an awesome protagonist and his sidekick, Enzo, is great, too. The story is informative, action-packed, bloody, and has a lot of serious portions of it, however, there is also a fair amount of humor. Some of the dialogue literally had me laughing out loud. It is an easy read and moves quick, having a definitive conclusion, but also leaves some loose ends for more potential adventures with Gal, which I would be interested in reading. The title of the book is absolutely tremendous, too!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Clemens Schoonderwoert

    This entertaining short novel is an action-packed story about a superhero called, David Gal the Mossad agent. Storytelling is of a very good quality, all characters are lively, especially Gal and his Argentinian little mate, Enzo, and interactions between them are very likeable in this fast-paces fantasy story of assassinations and bloodshed, although personally in some cases its a bit far-fetched, like Hitler already being dead but Adolf Eichmann very much alive in Argentina, where he was kidnap This entertaining short novel is an action-packed story about a superhero called, David Gal the Mossad agent. Storytelling is of a very good quality, all characters are lively, especially Gal and his Argentinian little mate, Enzo, and interactions between them are very likeable in this fast-paces fantasy story of assassinations and bloodshed, although personally in some cases its a bit far-fetched, like Hitler already being dead but Adolf Eichmann very much alive in Argentina, where he was kidnapped by the Mossad in 1960, convicted in Israel in 1961 and hanged there in 1962, but with fantasy anything may be possible so anyone who doesn't mind fiddling with the true facts, then this is a great read for all of you. The book starts explosively with the murder of Adolf Eichmann in Rome at the hands of the Mossad agent, David Gal, assisted by his colleague, Saul, before returning to Israel. Gal's next target will be Adolf Hitler, who's hiding somewhere in fascist Argentina, and Gal and Saul are sent there by the Israeli Government, Golda-Meir and Ben-Gurion, and their Boss of the Mossad. In Argentina Gal will meet in Buenos Aires his mate in combat, a little Argentinian called, Enzo, and they will develop an amazing partnership in this story of murder and survival, before they will reach their final destination, and Gal's victim, Adolf Hitler. In an exciting, thrilling and sad way this read will come to an immense exploding end, and its also an end in which the dreidel, not a round spinning top but a four-sided one with names on it, has played a very important part to Gal to fulfill his ultimate vengeance. Really recommended, for this is a very enjoyable story, mixed with a superhero of the James Bond kind, and these ingredients make for an absolute worthwhile read, and that's why I like to call this short novel: "A Likeable Fast-Paced Fantasy Novel"! ** Thank you to the author for my digital ARC in exchange for an unbiased and honest review!**

  5. 5 out of 5

    SimitudeSims

    This book was action from beginning to end. Action is usually not my thing, but it had enough humanity in it to appeal to me. Enzo has to be my favorite character. He blended in with the protagonist, Gal seamlessly. The scene at the hotel was my favorite part. The characters were colorful and it felt like a break from the action. The book needed a couple of more parts like this scene, a moment to smell the roses. I would also have appreciated a little more description. Gal was in some beautiful This book was action from beginning to end. Action is usually not my thing, but it had enough humanity in it to appeal to me. Enzo has to be my favorite character. He blended in with the protagonist, Gal seamlessly. The scene at the hotel was my favorite part. The characters were colorful and it felt like a break from the action. The book needed a couple of more parts like this scene, a moment to smell the roses. I would also have appreciated a little more description. Gal was in some beautiful places that I would have liked to enjoy more. This would make a movie so easily. I really enjoyed it and would read another.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ron

    The Dreidel he carries in his pocket is Gal's reminder of the past, the same clay toy formed by the hands of his family for other children. He was named David then, working alongside his parents and his sister earning less than enough for a family to live by. Memories of the cruel war and the merciless Reich remain and continually linger. Can the lives of those who ruled and tortured be enough to ease memories? Or is it not about forgetting at all, but remembering and therefore making these othe The Dreidel he carries in his pocket is Gal's reminder of the past, the same clay toy formed by the hands of his family for other children. He was named David then, working alongside his parents and his sister earning less than enough for a family to live by. Memories of the cruel war and the merciless Reich remain and continually linger. Can the lives of those who ruled and tortured be enough to ease memories? Or is it not about forgetting at all, but remembering and therefore making these others recall? Himmler, Heydrich, Eichmann. Cross their names from the dreidel. But there is one left, or it has been rumored. Israeli spy Gal believes he lives. He will cross a world in search of this one who matters most, for his country, for his family, for himself. Gal is brash and head-strong, while often using the “act before I think about it” tactic. It's who he is. No-nonsense can be a very likable trait, when a little humor is applied. In the wake of the bodies that fall, I found some laughs. There is meaning, but the story doesn't take itself too seriously. After all, it is writing its own history, of a sort. Not a long book, but a shortened chase may have delivered a more powerful impact. 3.5 stars with a gun, a grenade, or bare-knuckles...whatever's handy. And of course, one dreidel in his pocket. Yoel, the author of this novel asked me to read his story, and I very much appreciate that.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Charles van Buren

    Three and a half stars This is not historical fiction. It is alternate history/fantasy which apparently takes place in the mid 1950's. Over-the-top action and violence with exaggerated comic book style heroes and villains. Mossad agent Gal personally destroyed an entire SS Division during the war. Later, he assassinated nearly every major Nazi figure - Mengle, Himmler, Goering, Goebbels - almost everybody except Hitler. In the beginning of this book, he kills Eichmann and hangs his mounted head o Three and a half stars This is not historical fiction. It is alternate history/fantasy which apparently takes place in the mid 1950's. Over-the-top action and violence with exaggerated comic book style heroes and villains. Mossad agent Gal personally destroyed an entire SS Division during the war. Later, he assassinated nearly every major Nazi figure - Mengle, Himmler, Goering, Goebbels - almost everybody except Hitler. In the beginning of this book, he kills Eichmann and hangs his mounted head on his wall as decoration. Now he is after Hitler who is apparently living in Argentina. Comparing this book to a comic book is not necessarily a negative criticism. Adventure/action comics are popular big business complete with movie franchises. I do not happen to like them or most movies based on them but plenty of people do. If you are one of those people, you may very well like this book. I did not like Agent Gal or the other characters but for the most part, it is a pretty well written, if almost breathless and non-stop, action tale. My major criticism of the writing is of the gross overuse and sometimes misuse of smirk, smirking and smirked. Approximately 11 smirks in the first 33 pages. This is not my kind of book but it is pretty well written except for the smirks. I think three and a half stars.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kat (Books are Comfort Food!)

    I loved this book! It’s truly is an exciting, fast-paced historical fiction story. At first I was skeptical. I have read many historical fiction books about WWII and some have been wonderful while, others, not so much. My great grandparents were Holocaust survivors. The book sucked me in along with my skepticism . I’m finicky about book pacing, depending on the type of book. This book is perfectly timed; the author did not waste words in going off on tangents, which is why the book smoothly sped I loved this book! It’s truly is an exciting, fast-paced historical fiction story. At first I was skeptical. I have read many historical fiction books about WWII and some have been wonderful while, others, not so much. My great grandparents were Holocaust survivors. The book sucked me in along with my skepticism . I’m finicky about book pacing, depending on the type of book. This book is perfectly timed; the author did not waste words in going off on tangents, which is why the book smoothly sped ahead. When I was at the 70% mark I slowed myself down in order to savor the pages that were left. Gal is a Nazi hunter, and is determined to take down the leaders of the fallen 3rd reich that got away with brutal crimes, at any cost. The book does have violence due to the topic. But many of my books have violence in them. Gal, is unlikeable in many ways. He’s rude, arrogant and gets highly irritated with anything in his way, which is why is has to work with other agents who try to reel him in (unsuccessfully). Gal’s anger is palpable and very personal, it is part of who he is. However, he does have a redeeming quality or two. I loved the character of Enzo. A naive, yet lovable boy, who lives his life wholeheartedly. In spite of his questionable ties, he is still innocent, not to mention loyal. Then there is Pishtaco. A mythical creature in Andes region in South America, which was an interesting twist. Bottom line: I’m a big fan of justice thrillers and I’m a big fan of this book. This is a great read and Yoel Bereket has done a wonderful job in luring us into the world and emotions of that time. If there ends up being a sequel, I would definitely read it. I would like to thank, Mr. Bereket for giving me a free copy of his book for an honest, unbiased review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    First and foremost, a large thank you to Yoel Bereket for providing me with a copy of this novel, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review. Having enjoyed Yoel Bereket’s debut novel, I happily accepted a request by the author to read an early copy of this book as well. Bereket mixes history with politics in a quasi-thriller that pits a man with a troubled past against the behemoth known as Nazism, with a figure at its core that is the embodiment of hate. This journey takes the reade First and foremost, a large thank you to Yoel Bereket for providing me with a copy of this novel, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review. Having enjoyed Yoel Bereket’s debut novel, I happily accepted a request by the author to read an early copy of this book as well. Bereket mixes history with politics in a quasi-thriller that pits a man with a troubled past against the behemoth known as Nazism, with a figure at its core that is the embodiment of hate. This journey takes the reader across two continents and explores post-war sentiments about fascism while seeking to close the book on one of the darkest moments in 20th century history. Entertaining and gritty, Bereket’s book will likely appeal to those who like dabbling with a little alternate history while garnering thrills and spills along the way. David Gal has a unique talent for being able to infiltrate groups to which he would not usually have access. Gal’s sole focus is to extract information and kill those involved, particularly if they still hold firm to their national socialist views. It is nine years since the fall of the Third Reich and many of those men who espoused the eternal nature of Germany’s new way of life are on the run, but still collaborating as best they can. Gal’s goal is to eradicate them as best he can, no matter the amount of bloodshed. When called to meet with Israel’s prime minister and a handful of others, Gal is tasked with taking down the greatest threat of all; Adolf Hitler. It would seem his suicide in a Berlin bunker was a misdirection and the Führer is still alive, hidden away in Argentina. Armed with his determination, Gal finds his way there and is given a local errand boy to help traverse the vast terrain. As they hunt, Gal and his companion learn a little more about one another and the intensity of the battle ahead. Hitler’s whereabouts is not widely known, nor is it advertised on roadsigns. Gal will have to use his intuition and some violent outbursts to follow the trail into the rural environs, determined to put a bullet into the head of the man who espoused such hatred. However, there is more than nationalistic pride on the line, as Gal reveals throughout. This is personal and nothing short of complete annihilation will be accepted. Yoel Bereket does well pulling all the needed elements together in this piece. Part alternate history, part adventure story, the novel keeps the reader connected throughout the narrative. The entertainment value of the story provides something for the reader to enjoy without getting farcical out outlandish. There are certainly some strong sentiments throughout, which become more prevalent as the story advances to its climactic revelations. David Gal is a strong protagonist and the reader discovers much about the man throughout the narrative. His sole focus is the extermination of the Nazis left over and in hiding, though he is calculating in his approach. Bloodletting is no concern to him, though he seeks to be discreet, so as not to alert too many to his plan. With a more personal undertone woven into the story, the reader gets a glimpse of a delicate backstory that helps propel the larger plot forward. Bereket also peppers his piece with some strong secondary characters, each of whom plays an essential role in the larger story. Revealing much about the history of the time and the sentiments around Nazi hunting, Bereket develops these characters to push the story along and reveals certain sentiments that are important to better understanding the themes of the novel. The story itself is a mix of serious and lighthearted, with a definite darkness as it relates to world history. Bereket does well to balance both, while telling a thrilling story that keeps its momentum throughout. With a mix of chapter lengths, the reader is pushed forward, hoping to be a part of this hunt for a ruthless dictator, while also seeing some of the side trips that the protagonist is forced to take. The narrative flows well and there are certainly some moments of gritty dialogue, which only adds to the realism of the overall piece. While this is not high-brow literature, Yoel Bereket can surely entertain throughout, which is surely his primary goal with this piece. I am eager to see what else he has in store for readers in the coming years! Kudos, Mr. Bereket, for an entertaining piece. I have enjoyed both your novels and hope others soon find out why for themselves! Love/hate the review? An ever-growing collection of others appears at: http://pecheyponderings.wordpress.com/ A Book for All Seasons, a different sort of Book Challenge: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/...

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bam cooks the books ;-)

    *3.5 stars rounded up. I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest review. Thank you for the opportunity. Imagine that Hitler had never died..and then imagine a young Israeli agent named David Gal who is hellbent on finding him and being the one to kill him. He has already killed several of the most hated Nazi officers and now has this one last assassination to do before his mission is done. Sounds a bit like a scene from a teenager's daydream, doesn't it? The hero kills all the *3.5 stars rounded up. I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest review. Thank you for the opportunity. Imagine that Hitler had never died..and then imagine a young Israeli agent named David Gal who is hellbent on finding him and being the one to kill him. He has already killed several of the most hated Nazi officers and now has this one last assassination to do before his mission is done. Sounds a bit like a scene from a teenager's daydream, doesn't it? The hero kills all the bad guys with his trusty Red Rider bb gun? Or maybe a scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark? Actually this story would probably make a great action movie in the right hands. It's actually pretty exciting with lots of non-stop action and violence. But I think what I liked best about the story were Agent Gal's flashbacks to what happened to his family and others in Nazi Germany, what stoked his hatred. Those parts had heart. The writer might want to entertain writing historical fiction. The relationship between the agent and Enzo, the young Argentinian assigned to be his driver, is also interesting and at times even comical. Again, these are the parts with heart. Good luck with your writing and self-publishing, Yoel. I have a feeling you are planning a sequel and I'd be happy to read that one too.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Anima Miejska

    Fast paced, intriguing story. If only had it a little less violence, it would have been a perfect pastime for me.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Deacon Tom F

    Fast and Furious What a swell book. I really enjoyed this book and I think anyone who reads it will as well. The plot starts out fast and continues at that pace till the very surprising end. One must remember that this is historical fiction and not nonfiction because the author plays a little loosely with the facts of the Nazis. However, he does a wonderful job of weaving a fantastic story. Characters are very relatable. I would’ve liked to of seen as a female character who would’ve taken on a stro Fast and Furious What a swell book. I really enjoyed this book and I think anyone who reads it will as well. The plot starts out fast and continues at that pace till the very surprising end. One must remember that this is historical fiction and not nonfiction because the author plays a little loosely with the facts of the Nazis. However, he does a wonderful job of weaving a fantastic story. Characters are very relatable. I would’ve liked to of seen as a female character who would’ve taken on a strong role rather than just the one supportive character or the many who are in the background. I really love World War II stories having lived in Germany for almost 10 years and this is a very strong one. The author did a fantastic job I highly recommend this book. I was given a free copy of this book by the offer for a an honest evaluation

  13. 4 out of 5

    SHOMPA

    Wow! The fictitious plot was full of good characterisation and twists, turns and excitement. Excellent fast moving fiction with a historical basis. Honestly It was the fastest page turner I have ever read, in fact I made myself go back and reread some of it as I was reading it too quickly. I enjoyed the novel very much. This is the first time I have read a book written by this author. Such a brilliant writer with incredible creative range. Definitely worth ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 stars!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This is one hell of an action adventure book, not my usual read to be honest but it had me hooked with the full on action all the way through. It is really fun however believable it is not; just suspend your disbelief and enjoy the ride. We follow our protagonist Gal, a Nazi hunter who reminded me of a James Bond type character, he has the charm, the strength and the quips too. This one man army with a vendetta is justified if you ask me and he will do whatever it takes to complete his mission. I This is one hell of an action adventure book, not my usual read to be honest but it had me hooked with the full on action all the way through. It is really fun however believable it is not; just suspend your disbelief and enjoy the ride. We follow our protagonist Gal, a Nazi hunter who reminded me of a James Bond type character, he has the charm, the strength and the quips too. This one man army with a vendetta is justified if you ask me and he will do whatever it takes to complete his mission. In this fast paced, bloodied adventure death and destruction follow in his wake and even so throughout we still have a sense of humour and light heartedness. Gal is a great character, very likeable, as is Enzo - it is hard not to become invested in the story when you like the characters this much. Overall a well written book with just enough detail, it keeps going along at a decent pace and flows well making for an easy enjoyable read, this is the kind of writing that takes no effort at all. Yes there is blood and gore but only what is required for the story, it is not gratuitous or over the top. If you like action and adventure then I think this is the book for you. It has quite a powerful opening and really doesn’t disappoint from there. I’m giving this a very fair 4*/5, I’m not one for action stories as a general rule but this one had me.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mick Dubois

    It’s 9 years after the end of WWII and most of the Nazi leaders are dead, the majority got assassinated by a rogue spy ‘Gal’. We first meet him in Rome where he chases and kills Eichman and a whole bunch of others along the line. Now he’s got only one target left, the main one. His Mossad bosses have found out that Hitler hides in Argentina and that’s where he travels next. Apart from his handler Saul, Gal enlists the help of a young Argentinian criminal. But of course, nothing goes according to It’s 9 years after the end of WWII and most of the Nazi leaders are dead, the majority got assassinated by a rogue spy ‘Gal’. We first meet him in Rome where he chases and kills Eichman and a whole bunch of others along the line. Now he’s got only one target left, the main one. His Mossad bosses have found out that Hitler hides in Argentina and that’s where he travels next. Apart from his handler Saul, Gal enlists the help of a young Argentinian criminal. But of course, nothing goes according to the plan and they need to improvise. A couple of my GR friends were enthusiastic about this book. So, when the author asked me to read it, I said yes. But unfortunately, I’m not as impressed as them. I loved the premise that Hitler would have escaped alive to Argentina but the story itself fell flat. It got lost a bit in the endless fights and shootings and left too little for a good decent backbone story. The book starts very violently with Gal wreaking havoc and carnage all around Rome. I thought it a bit exaggerated and sometimes cruel. The whole point is to be better than your enemy, I thought. If you lower yourself to the same level of cruelty and inhumanness, you’re not better than him and thus no right to speak. And this doesn’t mean that I condone anything whatsoever. It’s not because something evil is done to you that you must retaliate in the same way. That is why there are war tribunals, however failing they often are. Actually, I almost had enough of the constant shooting and fighting but decided to give it a last chance. Happy I did, as well. Luckily the story turns around a bit and we learn about Gal’s past in Germany and the horrors he and his family suffered, like so many. It is heart-breaking but still not an excuse for his excessive violence. Gal is not a nice person. As I said, he’s prone to aggression and violence. When he first meets Enzo, he’s rude and unfriendly. Later he takes to the boy and saves his life more than once and the other way around. He’s got no respect for his 'superiors’ and doesn’t take orders. He has a goal and nothing whatsoever can stop him from achieving this goal. Enzo is adorable. He changes quickly though from a rather naïve boy into a ruthless man that can kill without remorse. I particularly loved the description of Hitler slouched on his settee. It was hilarious and made me think of Onslow (from keeping up appearances). Apart from the fate of the German Nazi government, there are other signs that this is an alternate reality. There are a suit and helmet to withstand Jewish supernatural mental powers. I never heard that the Germans believed that Jews possessed those, but I suppose anything is possible. There’s also a monster in the jungle that’s rumoured to be a demon. At the end of the book, the author leaves ample room for a sequel and a series. But I don’t think they’ll be my cup of tea. With the violent shot outs and fighting, this story would work better as a script for a movie or TV series. The title is well-chosen and has a double meaning.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Glen

    The author very kindly sent me this book in exchange for an honest review. In 1955, a daredevil Mossad agent is going around killing Nazis. He finds that Hitler is alive, and goes to kill him, as well, putting an end to the Nazi menace once and for all. That's all well and good, and there is some decent action. Unfortunately, most of the rest falls a bit short. The 1955 Argentina, could just as well be anywhere. The characters aren't fleshed out at all. Many of them have a distinctively post 1960' The author very kindly sent me this book in exchange for an honest review. In 1955, a daredevil Mossad agent is going around killing Nazis. He finds that Hitler is alive, and goes to kill him, as well, putting an end to the Nazi menace once and for all. That's all well and good, and there is some decent action. Unfortunately, most of the rest falls a bit short. The 1955 Argentina, could just as well be anywhere. The characters aren't fleshed out at all. Many of them have a distinctively post 1960's viewpoint. There's no tension generated, as the protagonist is simply superheroic. Diverting but disposable.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Linda Wells

    I enjoyed this fast-paced, exciting thriller. The story held me to the final page, the action sequences explicit and realistic. I enjoyed the writing, vivid and concise, and the characters were compelling. I especially enjoyed the Sara, who added warmth to the story, and Enzo, another great character. Overall, an intriguing international thriller.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Bedlam

    Damn, this book was amazing from start to finish. But really I shouldn’t be surprised. I mean anything that deals with nazi hunters in general, and hunting Hitler specifically is bound to be great. I just adored everything about this story, and felt like it would make one hell of a graphic novel.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Todd Simpson

    Brilliant, I loved it. Every now and then I read a book that really grabs my attention, and this is one of those. Yoel Bereket has done a fabulous job with this entertaining and quite gripping plot. Love David Gal as a character, I definitely want to see more written about him. David Gal is a man on a mission. He’s a Nazi hunter with a very good reputation for killing. Being a Jew in Germany just before the war started had turned Gal’s life upside down. He could only watch on as a young boy the b Brilliant, I loved it. Every now and then I read a book that really grabs my attention, and this is one of those. Yoel Bereket has done a fabulous job with this entertaining and quite gripping plot. Love David Gal as a character, I definitely want to see more written about him. David Gal is a man on a mission. He’s a Nazi hunter with a very good reputation for killing. Being a Jew in Germany just before the war started had turned Gal’s life upside down. He could only watch on as a young boy the brutal things the Nazis did to his people, however he vowed to seek revenge. Now Gal is an agent and so well trained that he is perhaps one of the deadliest assassins alive. Hitler is on his list and he will stop at nothing to eradicate him from this earth. From start to finish this is a fabulous story. 5/5 Star Rating. Verified Purchase Amazon Australia

  20. 4 out of 5

    NILTON TEIXEIRA

    I’m giving it 3 stars mostly for the writing. The storyline (a sensitive topic) although interesting, is not, in my opinion, that original (I have read similar books in the past, I just can’t recall the titles in Portuguese). The development is very fast, like an action hero movie or a comic book series. But I wasn’t really impressed. There is something missing. More emotion, perhaps, other than just anger and dried humour? I definitely did not feel any connection and I did not care for the main ch I’m giving it 3 stars mostly for the writing. The storyline (a sensitive topic) although interesting, is not, in my opinion, that original (I have read similar books in the past, I just can’t recall the titles in Portuguese). The development is very fast, like an action hero movie or a comic book series. But I wasn’t really impressed. There is something missing. More emotion, perhaps, other than just anger and dried humour? I definitely did not feel any connection and I did not care for the main character. I’m fascinated by books set during or shortly after the WWII, but this one was not for me.

  21. 4 out of 5

    comethruchapters

    The rating for this book is 4/5 First of all, thank you Yoel Bereket for offering me a free copy in return of a review. I like the switch point of the story that brings the voices of suffrage to be heard. I truly feel bad for the patrons who stand against the war and sometimes, get victimized unknowingly. The system needs to realize the horrors and cruelty of wars amongst civilians and the soldiers which causes vast destruction for a long period of time that remains to be unforgotten and unforg The rating for this book is 4/5 First of all, thank you Yoel Bereket for offering me a free copy in return of a review. I like the switch point of the story that brings the voices of suffrage to be heard. I truly feel bad for the patrons who stand against the war and sometimes, get victimized unknowingly. The system needs to realize the horrors and cruelty of wars amongst civilians and the soldiers which causes vast destruction for a long period of time that remains to be unforgotten and unforgivable. I like how fiction and historical events have been mixed together. A massive growth of assassination those Nazis In-order to occupy the territories, to gain control and power amongst those who they considered weak, leaving all the families disturbed and silenced against their own voices. Gal and Enzo were throughout the main characters in the story where they consecutively fight against Nazis to erase them completely. Gal solely believed he was “A hunter for Nazis”. A great deal of Vengeance and a force of reality. I couldn’t be more proud of Gal, as he was able to get his revenge and his solemn Dreidel all the way to his path! It’s a fight against those whose sufferings and lives have been shattered to fight against Nazi’s. I could never find my peace by the thought of Hitler still being alive, no matter in the book, but, a well deserved justice for those who suffered throughout under the voices of Nazis The book has perfect dilemma and all the plots are placed well. A quick read with ease in understanding, Small read but, Loud voices clearly.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Monica Hills

    A fast paced book filled with lots of action. I'm not exactly sure how to classify this book as you could think of it as historical fiction as it is set after WWII however in this book Hitler is still alive after the war. Our main character has a mission to track down Hitler and any other former Nazi he can find and eliminate them. The book definitely kept me guessing as to what would happen next and there was lots of action to keep the story moving along. A great book for anyone who loves novel A fast paced book filled with lots of action. I'm not exactly sure how to classify this book as you could think of it as historical fiction as it is set after WWII however in this book Hitler is still alive after the war. Our main character has a mission to track down Hitler and any other former Nazi he can find and eliminate them. The book definitely kept me guessing as to what would happen next and there was lots of action to keep the story moving along. A great book for anyone who loves novels about WWII and justice being served.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ms Lecturas

    When you read Dreidel To The Grave you feel like watching an action movie. This incredible adventure makes you keep reading without stop till the end and, sometimes, makes you feel breathless. This is the perfect novel for the lovers of bloody action. 📖♥

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    Who do you call when you can not fail? David Gal. He is Israel's best assassin. His specialty... hunting down fleeing Nazi's and bringing them to his own special kind of justice. Israel has a lead. Maybe the only one they will ever get... on the biggest enemy ever to the Jewish people.... Adolf Hitler. This story starts right off with intense speed and never lets off. The hunt for the world's largest criminal is full of twists and unexpected turns that make it difficult to set this one down. If yo Who do you call when you can not fail? David Gal. He is Israel's best assassin. His specialty... hunting down fleeing Nazi's and bringing them to his own special kind of justice. Israel has a lead. Maybe the only one they will ever get... on the biggest enemy ever to the Jewish people.... Adolf Hitler. This story starts right off with intense speed and never lets off. The hunt for the world's largest criminal is full of twists and unexpected turns that make it difficult to set this one down. If you are a fan of the action/thriller genre, you'll give this one two thumbs up. I hope Mr. Bereket has future books in the works. I look forward to the next one. * I was given a copy of this book to read and review.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sally Lindsay-briggs

    This was a donated gift from the author and I am very grateful. It was set in the time of pay phones and after WW II. Roc is an Israeli assassin who is out to kill Hitler and Eva in S. America. The story was very fast paced, full of adventure and I saw Roc’s many martial abilities and his finesse with weapons of any kind. His young helper was refreshing and very devoted. Some of the tale was far fetched but it didn’t matter, it was an enjoyable story. Would I read this author again? Absolutely!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    This book is a fast paced story about a jewish mossad agent who hunts down and kills many of the Nazi's after the war. In this alternate reality, Hitler is still alive and is David Gal's number one target. The story draws you in the first chapter with speed and intrigue. I am truly not the right audience for this book. Besides the graphic violence throughout the pages, there were many disturbing sexual innuendos that were not necessary for the story. The gross profanity was littered throughout t This book is a fast paced story about a jewish mossad agent who hunts down and kills many of the Nazi's after the war. In this alternate reality, Hitler is still alive and is David Gal's number one target. The story draws you in the first chapter with speed and intrigue. I am truly not the right audience for this book. Besides the graphic violence throughout the pages, there were many disturbing sexual innuendos that were not necessary for the story. The gross profanity was littered throughout the pages of the book. I came close to not finishing this one but due to the fact I gave the author my word, I powered through. I was given this title free from the author for my honest review. I am grateful for the opportunity to read and review but I am definitely not the intended audience for this author.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Reading Reindeer 2021 On Proxima Centauri

    WOW! was my initial and conclusive response to this thriller which totally deserves the appellation of "thriller." From an explosively heart-in-mouth beginning straight on through, the tension is non-stop and unrelenting. A capably written, very engrossing, historical fiction, DREIDEL TO GRAVE vivifies the insane ideology of the Third Reich and the extreme consequences which it propagated, and the heroic warriors who selflessly tracked the perpetrators, high-ranking Nazis. WOW! was my initial and conclusive response to this thriller which totally deserves the appellation of "thriller." From an explosively heart-in-mouth beginning straight on through, the tension is non-stop and unrelenting. A capably written, very engrossing, historical fiction, DREIDEL TO GRAVE vivifies the insane ideology of the Third Reich and the extreme consequences which it propagated, and the heroic warriors who selflessly tracked the perpetrators, high-ranking Nazis.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mikaela*Bibliomaniac*

    An action packed, fast paced page turner!!! I am not one to typical enjoy books such as this, but when asked to read it and give an unbiased review, I couldn't refuse..and honestly I'm glad I didn't. Gal is one heck of a character. It takes you back to a very trying and scary time based on our history. I highly recommend anyone and everyone to give this book a try. Bereket did a wonderful job of keeping this reader wondering what happens next, and completely enthralled in this book. I could very An action packed, fast paced page turner!!! I am not one to typical enjoy books such as this, but when asked to read it and give an unbiased review, I couldn't refuse..and honestly I'm glad I didn't. Gal is one heck of a character. It takes you back to a very trying and scary time based on our history. I highly recommend anyone and everyone to give this book a try. Bereket did a wonderful job of keeping this reader wondering what happens next, and completely enthralled in this book. I could very well see Gal coming up in other Bereket novels .

  29. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    With an opening worthy of a James Bond Blockbuster , this is a classic Hero's Journey of Loner Super Agent out for revenge. You have to suspend belief some but it's quite the adventure. *Once again the Author asked if I would read and review. With an opening worthy of a James Bond Blockbuster , this is a classic Hero's Journey of Loner Super Agent out for revenge. You have to suspend belief some but it's quite the adventure. *Once again the Author asked if I would read and review.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Terry

    A non-stop thrill ride that imagines top Nazis survived the Second World War, leaving it up to a Mossad agent to dispatch justice. Yoel paints action pictures with the best of them and his protagonist is a flawed, fascinating hero.

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