29 Jun Night by Elie Wiesel – Book Review
Posted at 11:43h in Book Reviews, Non-Fiction
Night is an eye opening true story, about the author’s experience as a prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp. You could read hundreds of stories from different Holocaust survivors and still learn something new from Night. Elie Wiesel fills each page with enough imagery that readers feel like they are experiencing everything with him. And the fact that he is able to fit such an amazing amount of details in such a slim book, amazes me. In a contrast from many other books, there is no happy ending, but it does capture the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps. This is a must read!
Young Adults (Vocabulary is not very challenging, but it might be too graphic for younger readers.)