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English is my second language and it usually takes me a while to read- I finished it in 4 days!
Raisa's story is the most compelling I've ever read and I continue to be impressed by her dignity, will and life force, she is a she-ro in every sense of the word.
This is truly a remarkable work, which manages to tread perfectly the fine line between the moving and the maudlin.
Waltzing with the Enemy is really two books in one. The first part is the story of Rasia Kliot, who was born in Vilnius, Lithuania and survived the Holocaust on a false indentity. Read morePublished 16 months ago by dep
I read this book over three periods of time and could not put it down each time although I had to go to sleep. Read morePublished on December 19, 2011 by Alexandra
I am Israeli and the holocaust is something that we learn about from a very early age.
I read a lot of books about the holocaust and heard a lot of stories. Read more
I have read many books about the Holocaust, but this memoir presents a unique opportunity to delve into the painful phenomena of inter-generational grief. Read morePublished on July 17, 2011 by H. Settembrini
I was given an advanced reading copy to review and sat down to read. This was not one of these books that you simply read through in one sitting. Read morePublished on July 3, 2011 by M. G. Gagliano
In this important statement about the Holocaust & its aftermath the reader gets a unique and artfully rendered picture of a tragedy beyond comprehension and how it reverberates... Read morePublished on June 12, 2011 by doverBoy