Original Material ©1957 Gerda Weissmann Klein; Recording (P)1997 FSG, Penguin U.S.A.
Winner of Publishers Weekly Listen Up Award: Best Audio of 1997, Memoir/Biography/Autobiography.
Love to read. Love to listen to the Author's voices as they read their own works.
What an amazing story and what an amazing woman. Thank you so much for sharing your story with us.
It was an amazing story. I am always curious as to what motivates people to survive. What differentiates the leaders from the followers. Gerda makes you feel what was driving her. Such a small person physically can be so large.
this book bring to life just how horrible these events really were and the way she writes about her experiences shows just how many struggles and things that she had to overcome throughout this time and it has such an emotion tied into it you can't help but get emotional, I'm so glad I read this book and most likely I will re-listen to it multiple more times because it truly is am amazing heart felt story that you can't not love.
What an amazing book! I could not stop reading or listening to it! She was so brave! I recommend this book to anyone wanting to know more about the different types of concentration camps in WW2
The only reason for getting this book was because Barbara Rosenblat was the Narrator. I extremely enjoyed The Nazis officers wife which Rosenblat had also narrated. They way she brings these characters to life makes me feels as though I am right there witnessing what was happening. I can't wait to find my next book that she has done.
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