The book ranks up there with the top books and is very informative.
Detail, detail, detail...about the engineers that built the bridge, the politicians, the way of life during the 870's, etc.
The tragedy that surrounded the Reobling's life.
Witnessing the experience of a non judgmental 15 year old tell the story of the Holocaust through his eyes.
His voice is serious yet kind, much needed in the context of the book.
A life gained to tell the story of the many lives lost during the Holocaust.
Accolades to Elie Weisel and his wife for fighting so hard to preserve the jewish spirit.
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