I was admittedly intimidated by the length of this work and have passed reading this book in the past. However, my like of all things Dickens drove me to purchase this book and I have to say, it is one of the most delightful reads in my experience. Simon Vance is an amazing narrator and brings this story to life. The story is so full of richness and experience. I highly recommend this book.
I cannot say that I would listen to night again, the only reservation being it is a very hard read. The disregard for humanity described in this book is heart wrenching.
The arrival at the first concentration camp, where Elie and his father are separated from their wife/mother and sister . The depiction of the chimneys of the crematorium are haunting.
The liberation of the camp
I could not listen in one sitting; it was necessary to take a break.
I cannot say as I do not own the print version
Bossy pants, because Tina Fey and Rachael Dratch have a lot of the same perspectives on life. Both are witty and frank when discussing personal topics
This book made me laugh out loud a few times
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