On the Train

On the Train Third Reich, winter of 1943.Fascist ideology has turned to boot and rifle, tank and rail, pulling and of Europe into its borders and cleansing it of impurities and undesirables The Nazis are organized, industrious, systematic They capture, sort, and ship the riffraff to camps by rail Depending on their label, they are forced to feed the war machine as laborers if they are deemed useful, or the crematorium smoke stacks if they are not Joachim Rosen finds himself on such a train He survived the last camp by being careful and unremarkable, and is grimly determined to survive the next the same way But his plans and his resolve are shaken when another prisoner recognizes him from his life before and threatens him with dangerous truth, reckless hope There were, after all, always those who would not comply those who chose to resist the machine to fight, to flee, to die On that slow and inevitable track, Joachim must choose whether to cling to his careful plan, or reclaim his humanity with a simple, courageous, possibly fatal gesture Time is running out He is reaching his final destination, on the train.This short story originally appeared in the FIRST THRILLS anthology, edited by Lee Child, and is approximately 15 pages long. Free Download [ On the Train ] author [ Rebecca Cantrell ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • 15 pages
  • On the Train
  • Rebecca Cantrell
  • English
  • 24 May 2017

10 thoughts on “On the Train

  1. it& says:

    it s 1943 auschwitz, no ending can be good

  2. Cherei says:

    Pink or Yellow I ve read many stories about the Holocaust. This is the first story that I ve read that deals with the way the Nazi s treated the gay population But, to be both a Jew AND a homosexual. I can t even ...

  3. J.F. Penn says:

    In this short story, set on the train to Auschwitz, Rebecca Cantrell shows the humanity of two men facing perhaps their last journey It s short, but like a poem, the meaning stays with you, how our momentary choices can affect the line we stand in, how we claim our true selves, and how we go to our ...

  4. RaChelle Holmberg says:

    This story will stick with you a long time, its a very gritty slice of life It felt as if it coudl have been true Look into her entire Hannah Vogel series, it s wonderful.I m a fan.

  5. Arnie says:

    What a moving short story Powerful.

  6. Phyllis says:

    Good short story Gives you something to think about.

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