Riveting...it is a tale of unprecedented, incomparable horror. Profoundly, intensely painful; but it is essential reading. (Jewish Press)
A very detailed description of day-to-day life, if we can call it that, in Hell's inmost circle...jammed with infernal information too terrible to be taken all at once. (Terrence Des Pres)
Filip Müller was born in Czechoslovakia in 1922, was deported to Auschwitz in 1942, was liberated in 1945, and afterward lived in Western Europe.
A most brilliant account of the horrors of Auschwitz, beautifully written & with exceptional pathos.Published 1 month ago by Anonymous
Simply fascinating if not very disturbing. An in depth look at the worst time in our history.Published 2 months ago by Mont Claire
This book will add a new dimension to your understanding of the sick, evil behavior of the Germans, Austrians, and various collaborators. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dr. Limfoma Mbweebwee
No, I didn't love it. It was not written to be loved. Five stars for being brutally honest and devastating beyond belief. I've visited Auschwitz. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ann M. Ireland
If you have it in your heart to learn the day to day details of the horrors of the gruesome inhumanity at Auschwitz, I highly recommend this book as well as "Five... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nanci Squier-Beem