We’re asking patrons and friends of the library to write mini-reviews of the books they read. You can write a couple of sentences to 200 words. Choose a new book, like today’s Finders Keepers, by Stephen King, or choose an old classic you’d like to recommend. If it’s in the library, it’s fair game for a Mini-Review.
Today’s Mini-Review from Pat:
Auschwitz By: Miklos Nyisli
Auschwitz is a painfully clear picture of the conditions that evolved from the incarceration of millions of human beings until the final gruesome extermination conceived by their Nazi captors. It was also a painful account of the few that managed to stay alive by being useful to their captors. This is another story in itself. I can’t say I enjoyed reading Auschwitz but I think it is a book that every generation should read.