Mauricio Sosa Sosa itibaren Hopkie, Polonya
I really liked this book. It was the true story of Elie Wiesel's time spent in several concentration camps during the Halocaust. It was really sad, but i still liked it. I didn't think it was going to be very interesting when i first started reading it, but it was really captivating once i got into the story. This is a really good book and you should read it!
I had higher hopes for this book. The story line was interesting and I liked the recipes that were stirred in between the chapters, but it just didn't live up to my expectations, became highly predictable, and the "romance" was a little too sappy and border-line trashy. I was happy to be done with it and wouldn't recommend it to anyone who wanted a "good" book to read.