This book is, possibly, more moving than Anne Frank's diary. It describes the conditions in concentration camps vividly, and makes it stick in your mind. The author seems brave, and has an undeniable faith in God. It makes non-Jews like myself (i'm christian) feel awful about the way the jews were treated, often betrayed by the people they thought were friends. If you have never really thought about the holocaust as something that could affect you, read this book. It makes you realise that if this ever happens again, it will happen to you. I cried while reading this book. Read it.