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    In Awe

    I was in complete awe of what this young man went through. The story is so detailed and frightening. A great read
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    Good read

    Good piece of history that everyone should know about. Definitely recommended reading
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    Jaycee

    I did not love it. This story of man's inhumanity to not just man but to woman and children MUST be told and remembered every time we are tempted to hate or despise!
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    AMAZING CURAGOUS

    A MUST READ, FOR ALL WHOM,BELIVE THAT THE NAZIS DIDNT MASS MURDER AND NEARLY ELIMINATE A RACE. I ENJOYED THE READ.
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    A powerful story of perservance

    This is a story of a young boy living through the worst of times as Germany invades his homeland of Poland and pulls him and his family into six years of hell. Like many Jews, he was treated as scum and survived the worst work camps, including Auschwitz. Only one sister survived. He only had hope. As a man, he tells his story so people won't forget.
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