It was also an eyeopener for me. I was horrified by the lives these people live. The story was so sad and so passionately written. I can't wait for the next book.
Night is finely written - yet not too overwelming in language or length. Our high school students read this, so I had not and I decided to and what a great book for all races.
Elie Weisel recounts his personal account of the Holocaust from his youth in Siget to the bowels of Hell in the concentration camps. His personalization of horrors experienced by 6 million Jews and allows the reader to intimately share the experience and thoughts of a Holocaust survivor.
The Yada Yadas learn meaning of togetherness.
Diverse group of women and a prayer group that really works for all of us.
This is life and don't forget it! But it's when we are in our comfort zone that we're most likely to let our guard down. Without warning, little things seemed to become big problems. It takes a vicious attack on Nony's husband to make one see that they had to get tough - and fight back together. Prayer can change things and don't ever doubt it!
Great book and very well written!
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