Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Book Review: Night by Elie Wiesel

This highly rated novel about Elie Wiesel's experience in Nazi Concentration Camp, Auschwitz during World War II. Night is a good resource for students who are just learning about the Holocaust for the first time or studying about World War II. The book gave you vivid images of the painful, crucial experience in the concentration camp.  He explains the cruelty and digusting actions taken by the  Germans to exterminate the Jewish people. Beginining as a child and all the way up to adulthood, you feel the saddness of his time in Auschwitz. A story of bravery and horror this twisted nightmare of treatment of human beings, will shock anyone that can make it through the first twenty pages. This book is recommended for anyone who has a strong stomach and wants to learn in detail about harshness of Hitler's hatred. The novel was rated with five stars and won a Nobel Peace Prize and was added to Oprah's Book Club.


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