George Guidall delivers a very powerful narration on a very powerful subject. I met a man whose story closely resembles that in this book, and I was profoundly touched by the man's indominable spirit. I asked him if there were any movies that came close to describing, to helping people understand, the atrocities he was forced to endure. He said that none exists. This maybe the closest one will ever get to seeing the holocaust through the eyes of a boy in such a poignant way. By the end, I felt ashamed to be part of a human race that could allow such horrific events to occur. It was everything I expected it to be. I highly recommend this book.
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