My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The story of Auschwitz: told as never before
It is light. It is funny. It is deep. It is sad. It is dark. It is serious. It is naïve. It is simple. It is complex. It is tragic. It is all of these, and much, much more.
The horrors of Auschwitz are seen through the naïve eyes of the Commandant’s ten-year-old son, Bruno.
Don’t let me tell you any more about it. Just read it. You won’t regret taking me up on this recommendation: I promise!