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The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank Paperback – Unabridged, 2 Jan 2004
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" (This book) completes Anne Frank's diary and the knowledge that we have about her. I was deeply impressed" --Simon Wiesenthal
Six powerful, harrowing, moving interviews with women who knew Anne Frank in the final seven months of her life.See all Product description
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I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning more about life in the Nazi death camps or who wants a clearer picture of the life of Anne Frank after she was arrested.
Everyone should read these stories and understand the dehumanising conditions in which these women were kept. They are described as the lucky/fortunate ones but I'm not so convinced as they have all spent the rest of their lives dealing with what happened.
Each story is presented well and has a feeling which is different from the others, giving the personality of the narrator a chance to come through.
My only criticism is that the book is sold as "the last seven months of Anne Frank" but that's not really true as what we get is the life stories of six women who happened upon Anne Frank during her last seven months. Even so it is compelling reading.
I can't say that I enjoyed the book (i dont think anyone could) but I did think it was a worthwhile experience and I learnt a lot. If you are looking at reviews and considering reading this book then you should !
My criticism with this particular book is the title. There was very little contact between these women and the Frank sisters at this time due to where they were situated, so I do feel that it would have been more honest to give this book a title that reflects the stories of these six remarkable women, rather than stating that it's about Anne Frank's final months - it clearly isn't. In fact all we know after Anne, her sister Margot and their mother Edith were captured is where they were sent and that like all the other unfortunate victims, suffered horribly and died from starvation and illness, so this book reveals nothing that the world doesn't already know. That aside, these six women told of their dreadful, horrific experiences which must have been extremely difficult to do. I believe that every single child in the world who attends school should read about what happened, it should never be forgotten.
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