Author: Elie Wiesel
Page Count/Review Word Count: 122
There’s a reason why this book is considered to be a modern classic, and indeed why my edition was published by Penguin. This non-fiction account takes a look at Wiesel’s experience at Auschwitz during the Holocaust and is an important testimonial to one of the worst things to have ever happened.
It was very moving whilst simultaneously being educational, and while it’s hard to say that you enjoyed a book with a subject matter like this, I did find it difficult to put down. I’d definitely recommend it to pretty much anyone and everyone. Go out there and grab a copy of it.