Such a brave and courageous woman, her story is amazing! The narrator is excellent. It was like sitting in the same room with her and she was speaking only to me.
This unusual autobiography is quite a twist on the sordid tales of the Jews of WW2. The narrator made Edith come alive - and for a short time I was certain the author herself was reading this. I had to go check and found that she was none other than Barbara Rosenblat, the reigning mistress of audio book dialects. She is an amazing performer, and this was a stunner of a story. The combination is worth your time.
amazing story and an eye opener into the reality of hiding in germany during the war. the narrator was great also. would like to read more of these contemporary jewish books "series"
This story is as riveting as fiction. Rosenblat's narration is exceptional. I recommend this book to everyone! It is one of the best I've ever heard!
This book was recommended to me by a friend. It was well read. But, there were several parts that were just too slow for me. However..since it is a true story it also serves as a good history lesson. It certainly was a terrible period in our time.
This book was too gruesome. What makes that even worse is that you know the events are real. I couldn't listen for very long.