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This true-life novel was written in the aftermath of the Second World War and the authors terrible experiences in a Nazi death camp. Judith, born in Prague was deported with her Jewish parents to the Lodz Ghetto in Poland when she was only 13. Within a year both her parents die and she is left alone to fend for herself. Her sanity is saved by the flowering of love with an extraordinary older man, Michael.

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    Wonderful novel

    What a detailed journey of the atrocities of war. I have read many books on the Holocaust and this one has been the most heart wrenching but uplifting of them all. Judith never gives up even after losing everyone she loves. She brings us along her journey so well written we feel st times we are right here with her. She is a true inspiration to us all.

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    Great

    This book was an amazing story, from beginning to end. It had so many ups and downs and left you crying, laughing, angry and happy!!!! Wonderfully written

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