An impressive memoir of a courageous, forthright individual who refused to accept the Holocaust as 'God's Will''
Profoundly observed . . . amid all this ferocious bravery, small, sweet details emerge with a rending power
Gripping, assiduously detailed... the author serves as a model of active home-front heroism
A powerful, intimate, searingly impressive memoir of a uniquely courageous and unusually intuitive young girl of the Holocaust nightmare and the years following.