From Library Journal
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Just found this book, tucked away in our little local library in Vermont. I believe I am (sadly) the first to take it out. Read morePublished 13 days ago by VioletDarling
There is confusion between the reviews of Michael Straight's "After Long Silence" and another book.Published 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Helen Fremont had no business exposing her family. It was their story. She didn't suffer the way they did. Who cares if she was searching for her roots. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marcia
Inspiring story about the horrors of the Holocaust and the survival of a family... many secrets unravel, but what difference does it make once the secrets are revealed? Excellent.Published 3 months ago by Joan M. Fracalossi
I almost didn't finish this book. The horror was so unrelieved, I had to read it in segments and then switch to something less serious before bedtime. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mary loves Murder
I like to read a wide variety of material & I would have to say this is not one my favorite books & it's not one of the worst books I have read. It's just okay.Published 6 months ago by tlsg.
Fantastic varying experiences, memories, and takes on living through the years prior to the Holocaust and the many years following the Holocaust.Published 10 months ago by idymama
The degree of suffering endured by this family is unspeakable, and yet, Helen Fremont is able to relay in a riveting and effective manner the events that continued to shape her... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer