Mark Twain wrote: When one writes a novel about grown people, he knows exactly where to stop that is, with a marriage; but when he writes of juveniles, he must stop where best he can.
Average Rating: 4.0
Many know the tragic story of Anne Frank, the teen whose life ended at Auschwitz during the Holocaust. But most people don’t know about Eva Schloss, Anne’s playmate and stepsister.
Though Eva, like Anne, was taken to Auschwitz at the age of 15, her story did not end there.
This incredible memoir recounts -- without bitterness or hatred -- the horrors of war, the love between mother and daughter, and the strength and determination that helped a family overcome danger and tragedy.
This is a very interesting memoir. It lacks the potency to truly place the listener in the story, but it's compelling nonetheless.
Ann Richardson's performance is quite adequate. Foreign languages don't seem to trip her up.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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