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If you've never read this, go to your local library and open a new world...an innocent world in some ways but yet a close minded world of prejudice and hate, and with characters who stood by their convictions.Were people really so full of integrity?Has the world changed so much that it's become hard to even comprehend ppl being so decent and standing up for what they believed in? A must read.
"Night," Elie Wiesel, winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize, "A slim volume of terrifying power," The New York Times. When Wiesel and his family were rounded up they had never heard the word "Auschwitz". 4 years later Weisel was the only one to survive and his book was rejected by 15 publishers before it was picked up by a small press. 8 weeks later it made the New York Times Best seller list.