If this book were submitted as a work of fiction, everyone would think it was a ridiculous, far fetched plot.
The fact that it is an account of what actually happened in the Concentration camps during WW2, makes it the most uncomfortable, emotional, sickening but compelling book you will probably ever read.
I am 43 years old, and am not generally known for showing my emotions, but there were several points during this book where I struggled to hold back tears reading about the plight of these poor people (and their children) under the rule of the Nazis and the ruthless SS.
It beggars belief that a person could do such a thing to another living person, regardless of whether they were following orders or not. I hope as many people as possible read this book, to ensure that an unspeakable attrocity such as this never happens again.