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In the last weeks inappropriate advertisements and messages appeared on my web site. In order to keep the site clean, I was forced to break the link permitting direct posting to my Guestbook. If you desire to leave your comments, please use the email form on the Contact Us page. You can also use my direct email address. I will post your comments manually. 

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Kati Fabian <katifabian@eaglesoverberlin.com>

Culver City, CA USA - Friday, October 6, 2005.

John and Esther fall in love. It sounds like a simple story line but it is not.

John, American pilot during the Second World War, and Esther, survivor of the holocaust, meet at a volatile time in history, and their love supports and carries them through difficult times beyond their control. But this is not just a love story. It is a look into a time in history that few people understand. The Second World War was officially over but the Cold War was in its infancy, during which time, the Soviet Army blockaded West Berlin, an attempt to force communism on over two million people. Esther refused John's offer to escape the difficulties of this time and insisted on making the one decision that she could make on her own. Up until that time, everything that had happened to her was out of her control. She stayed in Berlin to help the cause, while John flew for the Airlift, transporting vital supplies that would save the lives of many in West Berlin.

Author, Kati Fabian's life had been affected by the Cold War years and her interest in finding the truth about a little talked about subject led her to write Eagles Over Berlin. She has filled the pages of this well written novel with facts that few would know, but softens the pain and fear with a love story that transcends the horror. This is a story of love, devastation, optimism and grief. But in many ways, it is an education. This reviewer better understands the workings of the Cold War and highly recommends Eagles Over Berlin to all those interested in learning more about this period of history. We must again make a stand against terrorism and it is heartening to be reminded that with perseverance, teamwork arad love, there will be success.


Highly Recommended by Reviewer: Elaine Fuhr, Allbooks Reviews - January 2006

Reviewer's Comments: A fascinating and entertaining story.

What a wonderful book! I was born in Germany just after the war. Growing up in postwar Germany, I remember the debris and rubble, which was my playground at the time. Your book describes the circumstances of life in those days very accurately and your story is fascinating. Once I started reading I could not stop until the end of the book. I admire your work for its excellent attention to detail including the description of the last days of communism in Eastern Europe and how it ended.

Great book!

Paul Mosmans, Los Angeles, California - November 2, 2005.

Greg Lewis-freelance UK journalist who has worked for The Observer, The Sun, Private Eye and The Big Issue and actually a reviewer of BookPleasures.com, published his review on Eagles Over Berlin on the well-known website of BookPleasures.com.

You can read the review here

Canada, October 23, 2005

As an American participant in the postwar years of Germany, including the period of the Blockade, I was drawn strongly to the description and experiences of the characters in your book. The book brought back many memories to me of the traumatic times and places described so vividly and yet clearly therein. I couldn't put it down from the moment I started reading until the very end. Thank you for your memorable story.

Charles A. Bearchell, Ph.D.

Executive Director, German-American Cultural Society

Emeritus Professor, California State University, Northridge

Northridge, CA USA - October 8, 2005

Congratulations and thanks to you Kati for writing this outstanding book. I can hardly wait to see it in the movies. Thank you. Judy Stewart, Tarzana, California
Judy Stewart <judys111@yahoo.com>
Tarzana, CA USA - Friday, July 22, 2005 at 14:13:19 (EDT)

Kati- Congratulations...I'm so proud of you! The site looks amazing. Can't wait to read the book.
Missy P.
USA - Thursday, April 28, 2005 at 16:45:59 (EDT)
Hi Kati, Great website! Looking forward to reading your book when it comes out. I didn't know about the airlift, so it will be an education for me. Talk to you soon!
Lisa Patterson <forlisapat@yahoo.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Sunday, April 17, 2005 at 10:49:44 (EDT)
Hi Kati, your website is fantastic! Congratulations! I look forward to reading your book when it is published. All the best, Agnes Baricz
Agnes Baricz <aggiegrub@hotmail.com>
Budapest, Hungary - Thursday, April 14, 2005 at 05:22:09 (EDT)
Kati, no one knows better than I of the dilligent research and passion for this era of national despair and rejuvenation of a war-torn country that has gone into your book. Congratulations on what is sure to be a best seller, both as a novel and a reference work.
Jim woods <jwoods@ultrasw.com>
Tucson, AZ USA - Friday, March 18, 2005 at 21:38:05 (EST)
Sounds like a great story and your site is nice.
Doug Smith <dasmith@ccountry.com>
Central Point, OR USA - Saturday, February 19, 2005 at 15:42:53 (EST)
Hi Kati, Great Website and photographs. I look forward to reading your book when it is released. Best wishes, Barbara O'Sullivan The King's Quinto: The Life and Times of Sir Walter Raleigh (1552-1618)- ISBN 1413708285
Barbara O'Sullivan <barbaraosullivan@hotmail.com>
London, England - Saturday, February 19, 2005 at 13:17:43 (EST)