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  • Paige Findley

    Night by Elie Wiesel. Read this in high school. Very good, heart wrenching, true story.

  • Amy Sell

    Night by Elie Wiesel - life changing

  • Lindsey Weger

    I've read this. Amazing book. The incredible story of Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor. I highly recommend this book.

  • Karen Krichbaum

    Night (Oprah's Book Club) by Elie Wiesel, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0374500010/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_uOurqb17JYJ2J

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If you had told me that I would love a book written entirely in letter form, I would have laughed. But this story about the WW2 Channel Islands and their inhabitants' suffering and triumphs is one of the best stories I have ever read.

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“Murderers are not monsters, they're men. And that's the most frightening thing about them.”

Beautifully written, easy to read, and haunting book about truths of the holocaust and one man who survived it. Everyone should read this book.

Day- Elie Wiesel. Read this back in high school. I need to reread and also read Night!

My favorite part of the book. It always makes me want another.

  • Frankie Tessler

    I can't believe she's kissing my (soon to be) husband!

  • Selina Abram

    Agree, so much was missed in the movie. Still a great adaptation though...will probably prompt people to read the book

  • Helenina Raskolnikova

    I found the third book fell also short in this end. They get you all excited about it and then they leave you hanging.

  • Jolene Banns

    @Frankie Tessler what r u talking about he is my soon to e husband

  • Mollee Rose

    "You love me", "Real or not real?". "Real"

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Sarah's Key was a fantastic read about WWII in France and the Jewish families that lived there. 5 Stars

True Holocaust story, "I decided to devote my life to telling the story because I felt that having survived I owe something to the dead. and anyone who does not remember betrays them again." Elie Wiesel

loved these as a child...read them to my first-born child while she was in the womb...