I struggle with anything related to the Holocaust. It is an incredibly difficult part of history that is also very important to remember in order to prevent such tragedy in the future. This book blends the horror with the power of love and hope to help you move forward. It is powerfully written and I experienced a roller coaster of emotions from disgust to hope for the good of humanity.
Very powerful and detailed biography, this first hitting part to me was when he says on his first night 3 med were shot while they sat on the toilet! I was gripped and couldn’t put it down, such a lovely and realistic ending .
I found the book moving and a timely reminder of how lucky we are, even in the middle of a pandemic, how terrifying the lives of these unfortunate people were.
i thought that the story had the potential to be great, if it had had a different author. the writing was lifeless, loveless and frankly boring. i was beyond disappointed with it.