Magnificent and cleverly interwoven between a sense of fact and fiction which keeps you rapidly reading begging to find the outcomes. The prologue introduces us to the granddaughter who is writing her grandmothers life and the torment she suffered in a concentration camp. The versatile characters and cleverly written incidents between the grandmother and her revolutionary companions.
Suddenly you are propelled from a nostalgic perspective and then thrown into the heart of the horror. anxieties and stress followed by heart rendering friendships and magnificent testimonies to the immense power of humanity and the magnitude of hope and resilience that ensured the survival of these nine people, despite all the odds stacked against them. Accompanied by the photographs and the interludes of the granddaughter, makes you feel like family. I invite you to read this wonderful memoir