2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I need to wait four years to watch the film. (Cries),
This review is from: Schindler's List (Paperback)
This book had me spellbound. I got a detention in my primary school because I was reading all the way through the lesson. It is remarkably moving, and I cried all through it, then when I thought the sadness was over, at the end I cried again because it was a little sad the way Oscar Schindler deteriorated in the final few pages, but this didn't feel anticlimactic or unfinished at all. The emotion in this book was (purposefully or not) meticulously constructed and different from other books I have read on the Holocaust, which was interesting. How can you say a book like this was really 'Enjoyable'? No, it was moving and fascinating, and one of the best books I have ever read, because of its sheer literary beauty. I begged my mother to let me watch the film, but she won't let me watch it until I'm fifteen.