I have long had an interest is the perspective of the children of Holocaust survivors. Experience has taught me that their lives can be formed and forever influenced by the pain... Read morePublished 1 month ago by nursewatch
this book is not only a must for people having Jewish friends but it is also a must for all non believers of the holocaustPublished 10 months ago by Alex Goossens
Especially insightful for those with similar experiences. This book was well written and the research was presented in narrative form.Published 12 months ago by Eleanor
Very interesting and explains some of the behavior that I now understand from watching my parents. A learning experience. Helps explain some of MY behavior .Published 18 months ago by Steven L Wald
As one of the first books which talked about what it was like being the child of Holocaust Survivors, Helen Epstein's book is truly pivotal but, as the child of survivors myself, I... Read morePublished on May 17, 2011 by Linda Pressman
Simply put: Until I read this book, I didn't really think that I belonged to or with any group. I didn't know anybody like me and I wondered how that happened. Read morePublished on April 12, 2010 by BenjaminPreiss
This book changed my life. I am a child of a Holocaust survivor.
Thank you Helen Epstein.
As a child of Holocaust survivors myself, I was very interested in comparing my experiences with those of the author and her interview subjects. Read morePublished on January 6, 2009 by F. D. Mendelsohn