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Once he started reading the book he couldn't put it down until he finished it.
What makes this book -- a quick read and very worthwhile -- even more unique is the very short, simple and yet eloquent writing style of it's author.
I feel like everyone should read this book because it clearly has told what happened, and to help us remember to never forget.
Excellently written , depicting the full range of human feelings. These feelings range from anger to guilt denial and disbelief. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Kindle Customer
Was kind of slow in places. It just wasn't very believable to me. The writing was just ok to me.Published 9 hours ago by amy
My English teacher made the whole class read the book and it was awesome! I feel like I know more about the holocaust just from Elie Wiesel's experiences.Published 1 day ago by tyler swietek
I read this before, but wanted it in my library. I very moving account of the holocaust by a survivor.Published 2 days ago by "seated"
I can't believe I hadn't read this book until now. It is beautifully written while also conveying the most horrific of tragedies and some of the worst and darkest of humanity.Published 3 days ago by Victoria Gilkeson
The book was a first person recollection of the events in the concentration camps and was much easier for me to read that the Anne Frank diaries.Published 3 days ago by Khan Battle
My 17-yr old grandson urged me to read this book. I could not put it down, and
read it in one day! Read more