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  • A remarkable tale of survival, in which Jewish life in pre-war Poland and the atrocities of the Holocaust appear through an almost dreamlike lens of childhood memory

    Jeremy Dronfield, bestselling author of The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz
  • This book has a unique spiritual richness

    Jewish Tribune
  • Mala's Cat is fresh, unsentimental and utterly unpredictable... This memoir, rescued from obscurity by the efforts of Mala Kacenberg's five children, should be read and cherished as a new, vital document of a history that must never be allowed to vanish

    Julie Orringer for the New York Times
  • A haunting saga with classic potential

    Daisy Styles
  • In this gorgeous debut, Kacenberg shares her harrowing and courageous story of surviving the Holocaust. This moving account is a welcome addition to the canon of WWII memoirs

    Publisher’s Weekly
  • It's an account of astounding courage and resourcefulness . . . The real miracle here is the vitality of Kacenberg's faith and determination

    Mail on Sunday
  • To read Mala's Cat is to enter a dreamscape of horrors seen through innocent eyes

    Jewish Chronoicle

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