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I highly recommend this book for those interested in classical music, history and the Holocaust.
Exuberance for learning and life, teaching and sharing music, and her love for others are what keep this centenarian alive.
Caroline Stoessinger's book is a must-read - a truly inspiring story of Alice Herz-Sommer's incredible journey.
Really fascinating story and makes one realize all the horrible things that went one thru the war.
Things we never knew or heard about.
Definitely worth reading.
A wonderful woman and a joyous, wonderful triumph of the human spirit. I first learned of her through viewing The Lady In Number 6 on Netflix. What spirit, love and wisdom. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Colorado Jack
i usually try to avoid intimate portrayals of Holocaust victims because what i already know about this horrible debauchery gives me nightmares. But this account is different. Read morePublished 1 month ago by susie sharp
So far so good. Works well. Love the quick connects. My old one lasted 12 years. Hope this one lasts as longPublished 1 month ago by Didier
very poignant but compulsive story. Alice's tale deserves to be read by everyone to help the world be a better place.Published 2 months ago by pav
Tucked away in her small London apartment, Alice would have been just another Holocaust survivor had a documentary crew not made the Academy Award winning "The Lady in Number... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Annemarie E. Havner
Book was okay but without some background in the musical pieces she chose to play it was a bit repetitive. Her courage comes through.Published 2 months ago by Kathleen L. Wycoff
Alice Herz-Summer is an amazing inspiration to all women. This book is well written, delivering the reader to to places, times and the experiences of Alice which leave one struck... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Krystil