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Elie Wiesel: Night

Peder

Well-Known Member
For whatever reason, a flood of copies seems to have hit the used-book library sales and second-hand bookstores recently. And in like-new condition. So, I have a copy and will be getting around to it. Should probably be required reading for those who missed the events the first time around.
 

The Butcher

New Member
It's a good book to learn about how someone went through every day life there.

A boring book though,and I wouldn't read it in my free time.
 

Libra

Active Member
It's a good book to learn about how someone went through every day life there.

A boring book though,and I wouldn't read it in my free time.

I have read books on the Holocaust,and watched movies,and the book is heartwrenching up to now but I want to know the relationship he has with God and
I want to learn of the guilt he has about his father
.
 

Libra

Active Member
I finished this last night , there is the history most of us know but in heartwrenching detail.

The next two books I assume will be about this boys personal struggle dealing with everything afterwards.
 

Libra

Active Member
I finished the other two,Dawn and Day.
This man ,then a boy,died inside,and was like that throughout the three books.A shell.

Dawn takes place in Palenstine where he joined the movement.

Day takes place in Paris.

:star5: To all three.

Edit:Although the main character in Dawn and Day is a Holocaust survivor,the books are fiction.
 
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