It’s no longer safe here.
When the Jewish families of Berlin start disappearing in nightly raids, 21-year-old Jacob Kagan knows it’s only a matter of time before the trucks come for him. Along with his family and best friend, he flees the country he’s always called home to find shelter in a Dutch refugee camp. Before long, the Netherlands falls to the Nazi war machine - Jacob’s new home is transformed into a transit camp with weekly trains bound for the horrors of the Eastern concentration camps.
Handpicked by the cruel new SS regime to police the camp’s Jewish population, Jacob has the opportunity to save his parents and best friend from the dreaded transport lists - but at what cost?
Based on true events, Beyond the Tracks is a redemptive story of unconditional loyalty, and a will to survive at impossible odds.
Praise for "Beyond the Tracks":
"This is one of the best books I’ve ever read about the Holocaust and World War Two. It is clear that Reit has poured his whole heart and research skills into this book." - NetGalley reviewer
"All I can say is WOW. This book holds your interest from the first page to the last." - Amazon reviewer
"This book was phenomenally written and really tugged at the heart strings." - Goodreads reviewer
"I listened to the audiobook and it was definitely a 5-star listen for me. Mike Paul narrates this in a theatrical way that kept me engaged the entire time. I've never had an audiobook keep me on the edge of my seat. This did. It was narrated perfectly." - NetGalley reviewer