The sequel to The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Cilka’s Journey travels to the cold and treacherous land of Siberia where Cilka’s fight for survival continues.
Margaret McMullen was looking for a story; but after visiting Yad Vashem during her trip to Israel in 2008, she found more than her next book, she found her family!
Today, on May 2nd, Israel remembers the events of the Holocaust and the people who died under Hitler’s regime; but, what about the survivors who are still alive, where are they today?
At least once a year I come across a book that changes my view on life. This year, the first book that has impacted my life is The Tattooist of Auschwitz.
The Book Thief is one of the most incandescent books of this era. The writing is out of this world, and the structure of this book is a stroke of genius.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society took me by surprise. The day I finished it, I attended a pre-screening and Q&A panel!
Salt to the Sea follows three people who are trying to get to freedom at the end of the war in East Prussia. Each has secrets they are holding onto, but they all have a common goal: get on board the Wilhelm Gustloff.
Sometimes even the strongest person can’t keep the ones they love together. Take a trip into Siberia during World War II to witness true hope!
Enchanting. Enrapturing. Intriguing. The Orphan’s Tale was a novel that sparked my attention after the very first line! The words catapulted me back in time and into the world of Noa and Astrid, feeling all their emotions and even their thrill of flying off the trapeze.
All the Light We Cannot See is a haunting and illustrious novel that takes you on a crazy journey through Paris and Germany in WWII.