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    Heartbreaking!

    I have read a lot of WWII books both fiction and nonfiction about the holocaust and this was the most emotional and disturbing book so far. Dov and Yitzhak were 15 and 16 when the family was split up in 1944 and they were sent to several different concentration camps. This book describes the brutal and barbaric treatment that went on in the camps while they were there. After the war ended, they had to face the post-war aftermath, PTSD and relearning how to do simple things and how to function in society. This was a really good book but I found it a little confusing at times. Thank you NetGalley and Harper Collins for the ARC of this heart-wrenching book in exchange for an honest review.
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