I have just finished reading Mr. Nasser's book, and it has left me in awe of the man for what he endured and overcame during and after the horrific years of Nazi rule in Europe.
Because of the subject matter, and the story like way it has been conveyed, some of the pages were very difficult to read. Other pages were impossible not to read. It is a story of impossible hope, insurmountable suffering, and, ultimately, the power of love.
I have read many holocaust books, though none have touched me quite in the way this tale has. In fact I would suggest this book should be on the curriculum of every school.
Mr. Nasser, I know that many like you did not survive the camps, but… Read more