Auschwitz: A Doctor's Eyewitness Account (Penguin Modern Classics)
Publish date: October 25th 2012
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
This one should be the longest and most difficult read for me, yet the simplest fact that it is a true story makes it the best read of mine so far of the year. Even after finishing it gave me shivers almost the whole night, and i kept on asking myself:0 was life so cheap for third reich to throw an...
The writing style is very bare-bones, pared down, and concise. Nyiszli recounts his experiences in a detached, almost emotionless-seeming way, and this approach serves to highlight the atrocities and horror of the concentration camps by dint of the very factual, almost scientific approach. It's a mu...
Totally amazing read. I had so many bookmarks in the ebook as I was constantly putting the book down and reflecting upon what Miklos had written down about his experience. Having heard so much about what had happened during this timeframe from other stories and accounts, reading this book gave me m...