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It often amazes me how a person can condense their life into a singular book. A life relived and retold in the form of printed words on creamy white paper, bound together by glue. 364 pages, thousands of words and hundreds of full stops. Edith Eger’s story of her complex and captivating life will stay … More The Choice by Edith Eger
A sentence to summarise: A historically poignant novel that shows the numerous paths taken in war, the impending terror of Nazi/Fascist power and the love that acts as a life-jacket for the people, giving them the strength to face the waves of devastation and death. A little plot snippet: The title of the novel – … More This book went straight in my top 10: “An Italian Affair” by Caroline Montague REVIEW
The Tattooist of Auschwitz Writer – Heather Morris Based on the interviews with Slovakian Jew Lale Sokolov. A paragraph to summarise: In a world full of words, the Holocaust always finds me wordless and speechless. Are there any conversations on this historical genocide that truly use the right words to express how harrowing it … More The Tattooist of Auschwitz : the true story that will stay with me.