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This book was a recent selection for our book club, which generally numbers about twelve very smart participants. Read morePublished 15 months ago by doctorbabe
I am a survivor of Auschwitz and 5 additional camps. I have one son, born in Israel. Reading; I was thinking that I am reading my own autobiography.Published 22 months ago by Gabi Ron
I've read a lot of Holocaust fiction and was hoping this book would provide a unique Israeli perspective. However, I couldn't make it through then whole book. Read morePublished on September 25, 2013 by Gail in Seattle
No hassel ordered what my son wanted for Christmas and received it
quickly and painlessly and I will remember that
See Under: Love
How can one tell of the Holocaust. There have been many volumes written, containing facts, statistics, pictures, and personal accounts. Read more
So, I shall be the first reviewer not to give this book a gushy, five-star review. The reason? When the New York Times said of this book that it was "as magical and as resonant... Read morePublished on July 11, 2010 by Daniel Myers
Of the many books I have read about the Holocaust, this is perhaps the most unique and informative of all. Read morePublished on June 5, 2010 by Stanley C. Diamond
If I would only have the joy to read one book in my lifetime, it should be See Under: Love.
See Under: Love took my breath away, moved me to tears and touched me in the... Read more
I don't think I am qualified to write a review of this piece of art. Think Toni Morrison on LSD, or maybe Falkner writing in Hebrew as Isaiah, composing in a way never before... Read morePublished on March 15, 2008 by Joseph Palen