Schadenfreude Erich Kass has a safe gray life in Berlin until he is arrested by the Gestapo for kissing another boy The Hell he finds in Auschwitz as the property of Dr Ahren Kaltherzig will destroy everything he t

  • Title: Schadenfreude
  • Author: 19
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  • Page: 446
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  • Erich Kass has a safe gray life in Berlin until he is arrested by the Gestapo for kissing another boy The Hell he finds in Auschwitz as the property of Dr Ahren Kaltherzig will destroy everything he thinks he knows about life and safety.Word Count approx 71,000Warnings rape, drugs use, medical torture, graphic violence, underage main character involved in sexual acts,Erich Kass has a safe gray life in Berlin until he is arrested by the Gestapo for kissing another boy The Hell he finds in Auschwitz as the property of Dr Ahren Kaltherzig will destroy everything he thinks he knows about life and safety.Word Count approx 71,000Warnings rape, drugs use, medical torture, graphic violence, underage main character involved in sexual acts, Auschwitz setting

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    This review has been crossed posted to JessewaveBrilliantly written. Provoking. Shocking. Horrifying. Disturbing. Sad. Captivating. Heartbreaking. Honest. Painfully beautiful.Nothing compare with.WellI think, I've never found myself in a situation when I felt obliged to explain my rating. But I owe it to my GR friends.I don't remember WHY and WHEN I bought it. It seems to be for an eternity on my kindle. Unread. And every time I came across its cover I was angry with myself for buying it, for my [...]

    um, you go first, thois horseshit right heree reviews kinda made me throw up in my mouth a little.i don't need any help gutting myself in public, thx.but you go on ahead ok?it'll be fun, surelyd me?i lied. i wouldn't fuck this book with someone else's dick.

    No, I didn't read it. Yes, I still gave it 1* after reading several of the reviews. Why?This is not at all representative of what happened, especially not for what happened to the survivors of concentration camps, or Mengele's experiments. It's the wet dream of someone inordinately fascinated with these atrocities instead. What revolts me there is not the fact that someone might wank off over Mengele and his victims, there's always that. What revolts me to the point of actual physical nausea is [...]

    The 'true love' tag by the author is a bit of a stretch, but wow! This book is psychological genius. That someone can be so broken and bleeding and hurting and ache to be with the person inflicting the pain, and to have the author explore this so proficiently.g. This book is especially interesting because it also examines Erich's psyche AFTER he and Ahren are separated. But, I'm jumping ahead. Schadenfreude is a story about a German boy who is arrested by the SS and taken to Auschwitz because he [...]

    I’d like so much to forget all of this book.I’d like to forget it all to be able to reread it as if it was the first time. How hard it will be to read anything else after that and to find it good.This book could have been titled "Submission and Indifference as Survival Skills in War Times", so the main character, Erich, submits totally to the will of his torturer, Kaltherzig (which, by the way, means "cold heart"). Even for the reader, the beginning of this novel is a shock requiring a lot o [...]

    Review posted This will be one of my hardest reviewsEVER. It may be less of a review and more of my feelings. I have lost sleep over my rating and, still, I sit here writing and deleting and starting over and over w review.This is a battle between morals and the feelings that seem right and/or wrong to have. I feel like I am on a roller coaster of emotions, I true love/hate relationship with this book. I was appalled by it yet fascinated, I was disgusted yet intrigued and somewhere along the way [...]

    This is about the fourth or fifth attempt at writing a review for Schadenfreude. Each time I start I am consumed with rage and my words become little more than an outpouring of anger at the sheer vileness of this story. All I can say is that, if you respect those who died in horrific circumstances in Auschwitz and in the other camps and you honour their memory, if you are filled with revulsion at the thought of someone glorifying the atrocities committed there, then this book is not for you. It [...]

    Final Review:I struggled with my review for this one. I’m not alone; other reviews have said more or less the same thing. Just to be clear – I didn’t waffle on the rating at all – this is a 5 star read, no question about it. So I had to ask myself, what the f@ck am I struggling with here? The answer was pretty simple: I wanted to make a statement. I subconsciously wanted to address anyone that would read this book’s blurb, see the setting, view the cover, and think…what…?Horribly o [...]

    This is one of those books that makes you feel like you really shouldn't be enjoying it as much as you are. After all, there should be nothing enjoyable about Nazi internment camps, human experimentation, sexual torture, etc But, this is a well written, very moving story. Despite the very difficult subject matter and a main character that you should, by all rights abhor, it is a great read.It details vividly how a captive can go from loathing and fearing their captor to loving and needing him mo [...]

    Read the warnings. Auschwitz, Megele, torture, brain washing, sexual sadism, and more.Read through in one sitting and I don't see how it could be read any other way. If you begin, I urge you to finish. Horrifying. Stunning. Riveting. Will break your heart and damage your soul.

    Actually I didn't finish this story entirely, I just couldn't.I know this is supposed to be fiction but for me there is just too much truth behind the story. Growing up as a German you get confronted with the Nazi history at a quite young age, I think I was actually traumatized when my teacher showed us a video of Nazis shoving men,women and children into a church, then locked it and burned it down with the people screaming inside it.After that you get through years of history classes learning t [...]

    This was not an easy read to start because:Schadenfreudepleasure derived from the misfortunes of others. This word is taken from German and literally means "harm-joy". and I am not into that, so you can understand my hesitancy. I did not dance ‘the happy dance’, reading this story, it’s not that kind of book. XIX writes a compelling story giving us Erich and a journey with him. A journey, where he is turned inside out and where we see the miniscule changes happening bit by excruciating bit [...]

    Heart-rending, gut-wrenching, poignantly beautiful This book will hold you emotionally hostage--you'll want to stop, but need to read onPowerful in its simplicity, there were single lines that hit me harder than entire torture scenes:"I didn't ask you what you've done, I asked you what you are."What a powerful distinction, and one that was unfortunately made much too often during this era.There is so much to say about this book--how it made me feel when so often while reading I feel absolutely n [...]

    If you ever want to find out how it feels to be torn open, have your mental, physical and emotional insides scoured, then be closed up again and turned out to continue living as if nothing had happened, read this story. That's how I felt after reading through this book almost non-stop. Because it is so very well-written that I could barely stop to eat, sleep, work. You know, live my real life. No amount of terror-induced tears, no sympathetic pains and tremors could keep me from finding out what [...]

    This is the best book I have ever read: the best characters; the best plot; the best narrative; the best poetry; the best style of writing, and the best anything else I’ve not mentioned. It is quite simply, stunning. It has affected me in many different ways.Can I please mention for those that think this book ‘vile’ or ‘unrealistic’, the fact that what happens in this story may well have, and probably did happen in one of the hundreds of concentration camps in WW2. The evidence is all [...]

    Phew, I needed time to assimilate all I have read before I wrote my review, however, I can say that this has to be one of the best, if not the best, fictional story, based within factual premises, I have ever readd I am no spring chicken. When I was recommended this story, and took a look at ratings on GR, I quickly noted reviews tended to polarise from 5 to 1 staren noticed the, and I have to say this, the arrogance and ignorance of some of these reviewers who gave one star, yet, haven't even r [...]

    ***The free version of this book is not the complete book! Don't settle for just some of this amazing book, get the full version on or smashwords! ***warning #2: If you don't love dark, disturbing and twisted books, don't read this. SCHADENFREUDE is a remarkable book unlike anything I've ever read. It literally took me several days to write this review because I simply couldn't find words to adequately describe how special this book is. I finally stopped trying and am left with the review below [...]

    I've spent almost a week going over this story in my mind and trying to come up with the words that will convey how I feel about it. So far, I've come up with, not much.Firstly this story is pure horror. That is how I felt while I was reading it. I don't know enough about Germany during Hitler's reign to be able to go into historical accuracy, compare it to detailed first person accounts, or anything remotely academic regarding this subject. I can only relay how I felt about this piece of fictio [...]

    This is a very intense, very dark read. Readers with any sort of difficulty with holocaust settings should stay away from this one. Erich is a young German boy (15 yrs old) arrested for being gay and sent to a concentration camp. He is immediately claimed by one of the camp doctors and becomes the doctor's personal medical experiment, assistant and sex slave. He's treated to a horrific regimen of torture interspersed by affection. The torture is initially described with brutal detail; later in t [...]

    Serious torture porn (Please can we just start calling it that? Thank you.)There is no real category for torture porn. It should be a category and people shouldn't be forced to feel bad for liking it. This is basically very kinky, very believable non-con, dub-con set in the Nazi era. I thought it was very well written, a little surreal instead of too many descriptions which I preferred. The tortures were gruesome and a lot of them even made me cringe but I like that the author didn't hold back. [...]

    Okay, I've been sitting on this review for a while now. Something tells me it's going to be a challenging one to write.When I was a kid, my mom; a southern, gravel-voiced, gin-swilling, Virginia Slim puffing force of nature used to try to infect me with her love of books. Her idea of a good time was busting into my bedroom with a Zora Neale Hurston or a Paul Bowles or a Solzhenitsyn and shove it at me. Then she would embark on a drunken rave about whatever writer she was hawking. During these mo [...]

    Okay, maybe that isn't the most appropriate responseYes, that seems more fitting. Perhaps I should be experiencing the urge to stab and shred this book with a knife and then light it ablaze. Despite the horror and the many instances when I'm left feeling cold and empty, it's hard to deny that there were moments that were beautiful and enlightening heart wrenchingly so, in the most disturbing way.This example of Stockholm Syndrome has me feeling things I'm almost ashamed to admit. Rather than the [...]

    I'd give this book five HUNDRED stars if I could. Heart-stopping. This story, though set in WWII Germany in a brutal internment camp used for torture and experimentation, is about a relationship. A Dom/sub relationship, and at first I misinterpreted it. Initially I thought of Stockholm syndrome, that the captive had fallen in love with his captor. But no. This is about identity. Ownership. Surrender. And sadism.Wow.The writing, eloquent and slightly irreverent, disturbed me. Too many pauses, unn [...]

    This pic is exactly my reaction when a review for this book popped up on my feed. I have major issues with this book, just like I have major issues with The Garçonnière. I don't think people should continue to profit and gain accolades off of slavery or the Holocaust and other atrocities, but to each his or her own. Just hearing that this book has been shelved as BDSM or romance skeeves me out, tbh. And I just found out about this Gurochan site, whichh. That tells me all I need to know about t [...]

    Oh good, another wank.I should know by now that the uproar is never borne out by the actual product. This one, however, had to get chalked up in the DNF column because the writing was soporific, the grammar war crimes-worthy atrocious, and the plot as exciting as someone insisting you watch all 20 hours of their vacation slides. After more than 40%, I had to make a metaphorical run for the barbed wire because finishing it was absolutely not an option.If it had been more in the line of Frisco Hi [...]

    This was an amazing read.It's sadistic, twisted, horrifying, disturbingd I just could not put it down, even though my stomach was all tied up in knots through the entire thing, and I actually felt physically nauseous several times. That has never happened to me before. I usually have a very strong stomach when it comes to violence and torture (in literature), and have actually read much more brutal, graphic content than this in other stories. But this one had a much more profound effect on me, m [...]

    I can't really explain this better than Nile Princess' review. The medical torture was brutal and not for the faint of heart but it didn't bother me too much that I couldn't read it. Others may have issues with it. It was a good read but one I had to take slow to get the full effect.-------------------------------If you liked this story then you may be interested in the group the Depraved Mind Club.

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