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Excellent Book let down by its presentation.
on 29 January 2012
A little gem which I would never have thought of reading if it hadn't been available as such a bargain on the Kindle and I couldn't be bothered to go searching for other books when using the 3G to download when 'on-the-road'.
A harrowing but hopeful story of suffering, revenge and personal redemption it made be believe and go along with it. I don't know how well or accurately it reflects the experiences of those caught up in the holocaust and I don't suppose one ever can.
My only complaint about the book was its dodgy editing, grammatical errors and inconsistent spelling. The author is, according to the Amazon information, an American but the book has an odd mixture of American and British English usage in places. Nevertheless don't be put off by that it is very, very well worth reading.