Many tales of horror about German occupation have been told through the ages. Some stories are well-known, the history books and television programs documenting them in wretched detail; others are more obscure: the painful separation of families as they attempted to escape an inevitable future, children snatched at a tender age and hidden, everyone wary and vigilant - and afraid. Those years were heavy and their victims mostly silent.
Where does Uncounted Victim: The Journey of a Tortured Soul rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Absolutely on top
What was one of the most memorable moments of Uncounted Victim: The Journey of a Tortured Soul?
The kidnapping of her daughter
Which scene was your favorite?
The car ride with Moshe Dayan
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The illness and death of her father
Any additional comments?
The difficult life of this woman was told with the compassion and love only a daughter could deliver.