. Beautifully told.... a very poignant and remarkable story of survival and courage. This is the story of Garda Weissmann Klein's six year ordeal as a victim of Nazi cruelty, from her confortable home in Bielitz in Poland to her miraculous survival and her liberation by American troops including the man who was later to to become her husband .
I never find it difficult to explain why I read so many books written by Hollocualt survivors as I find their stories compelling, remarkable, and inspiring and with each book I read I am grateful and indebted to these remarkable people for having the courage to share their memories with the public so we can can never forget the past and the terror and pain endured by these survivors and their families.
I listened to this account on audio and while I can highly recommend the book I cant recommend the audible as the quality was poor and quite muffled, I had to adjust the volume on numerous occasions. It almost felt like I was listening to an old black and while movie with poor sound and the narrator sounded bored reading the book.
However I cannot fault the memoir as it is moving and insightful, Greda's story is heartbreaking and yet uplifting, this is a book that will stray with me for a long time.I particularly loved the the epilogue and how her American life turned out.
I do wish I had a hard copy of this book and hope to obtain one in the future.