David Solmitz’s New Book “Ilse’s Fate” is an Emotional, Historic Tale of the Nazi Holocaust.

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Recent release “Ilse’s Fate” from Page Publishing author David Solmitz is a fictional account that incorporates the author’s family’s experiences before and during the Nazi Holocaust.

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David Solmitz, teacher, watercolor artist, devoted writer and published author, has completed his newest work “IIse’s Fate”: a gripping and potent story of good versus evil.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, David Solmitz’s poignant tale delves into the ideas of courage, understanding and self-discovery.

“Ilse’s Fate”, a novel takes place in Germany between 1913 and 1945. It incorporates my parents’ experience, their family and friends’ experiences before and during the Nazi Holocaust. The thesis of this fictional tale is that we are all endowed with seeds for good and evil behaviors. Sometimes conditions including insecurity enhance latent bad behavior. For some, horrendous conditions evoke good and courageous action.

Living a secluded childhood at a manor until age six, until the family lost their estate during World War One, Ilse and her unwelcoming, widowed father move into a small Munich apartment. As a young teenager seeking confidence and acceptance among her peers to survive in a hostile world, she becomes involved in the Nazi movement. Coexisting conflicts between good and evil within her, lead Ilse into heart wrenching experiences that eventually destroy her both emotionally and physically. Throughout the novel she encounters good people as well as uncouth and depraved individuals.

The Epilogue documents what transpired to those in “Ilse’s Fate” who survived the Nazi/Holocaust era. The Afterword details how the experiences of the real people are portrayed through specific characters in the novel. For example, the author shows how his father’s Report on Dachau, describing his experience as a prisoner at the concentration camp, is portrayed in the story, as well as its impact on his life after Dachau.

Readers who wish to experience this powerful work can purchase “Ilse’s Fate” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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