I read every book my high school daughter has to read. I dreaded having to read this book and put it off till I could no longer. And then I could not put it down. His voice, his choice of words, tone and honest feelings leapt out at me and stuck deep into my soul. I have changed how I think as a result of reading his book. After the book ended There was more on the audio book. Listening to his speech for the Nobel prize, then parts of the original Yiddish version translated, then the essay all added to and depended my experience in processing his book Night. I read this because of my daughter's class to help her...but in reality it helped me! Thank you Elie
I enjoyed seeing the world from another perspective and I hope that is as close to that perspective I ever get.
I wish I would allow myself the time to sit and read these great books but until that time in my life I will simply enjoy listening to them
Very well written and narrated ! It is a sad story but what Holocaust book isn't-?! We must honor and remember and learn - we can never let history repeat itself
Thank you for sharing your story Elie!
This can happen anywhere, has been happening to others since the Holocaust. Mr. Wiesel is warning us , we must be vigilant. Thank you for sharing this horrifying and unforgettable experience.
I tried to use this while teaching "Night" to my sophomore English class, but couldn't. The Section Select menu was completely mislabeled and started in the middle of sections instead of the beginning of them, and on top of that there is no way to scroll through the book. So, trying to use this in class was impossible. Very disappointed. Wait until Audible improves their user interface before you put any money into it.
The reader did an excellent job.
The book is fantastic, but this program stinks.
I'm sure people have run out of adjectives describing this masterpiece so I'll just add that this book changed my life. Never before have i ever been moved so much by a book. I could see myself dying and my faith in humanity dwindling with each passing moment the author narrates his ordeal.
I wish this book serves as a reminder that no human life is worth taking just due to a race or a religion. The end notes by the author and his friend are outstanding.
Yes, it is a very touching story.
Great accent and really makes the story come to life.
When he was contemplating about fasting for a Jewish holiday while the Nazis were already seriously underfeeding him in a concentration camp.
Elie Wiesel's story is amazing. An excellent read for all readers. However, the sections within the audio recording do not in anyway match up to the chapters. Thus, I spent an inordinate amount of time searching and fast-forwarding to places where I had left off.
The sections should coincide with the chapters.