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Free ↠ The Brothers of Auschwitz By Malka Adler – Paperless-kitchen.info An Extraordinary Novel Of Hope And Heartbreak, This Is A Story About A Family Separated By The Holocaust And Their Harrowing Journey Back To Each OtherMy Brother S Tears Left A Delicate, Clean Line On His Face I Stroked His Cheek, Whispered, It S Really You Dov And Yitzhak Live In A Small Village In The Mountains Of Hungary, Isolated Both From The World And From The Horrors Of The WarBut One Day In , Everything Changes The Nazis Storm The Homes Of The Jewish Villagers And Inform Them They Have One Hour One Hour Before The Train Will Take Them To AuschwitzSix Decades Later, From The Safety Of Their Living Rooms At Home In Israel, The Brothers Finally Break Their Silence To A Friend Who Will Never Let Their Stories Be ForgottenTold In A Poetic Style Reminiscent Of Atwood And Salinger, Malka Adler Has Penned A Visceral Yet Essential Read For Those Who Have Found Strength, Solace And Above All, Hope, In Books Like The Choice, The Librarian Of Auschwitz And The Tattooist Of AuschwitzThis Paperback Includes An Exclusive Page PS Section With An Author Q, An Author S Note And A Reading Group GuidePraise For The Brothers Of Auschwitz I Sat Down And Read This Within A Few Hours, My Wife Is Now Reading It And It Is Bringing Tears To Her Eyes Reviewer The Story Is So Incredible And The Author Writes So Beautifully That It Is Impossible To Stay Indifferent I Gave The Book To My Mom And She Called Me After She Finished Crying And Telling Me How Much She Loved It Reviewer It Is A Book We All Must Read, Read In Order To Know It Is Harsh, Enthralling, Earth Shattering, Rattling But We Must And Nothing Less Aliza Ziegler, Editor In Chief At Proza Books, Yedioth Ahronoth Publishing House Great Courage Is Needed To Write As Adler Does Without Softening, Without Beautifying, Without Leaving Any Room To Imagination Yehudith Rotem, Haaretz Newspaper This Is A Book We Are Not Allowed Not To Read Leah Roditi, At Magazine


10 thoughts on “The Brothers of Auschwitz

  1. Holly Holly says:

    The Brothers of Auschwitz, a biographical novel, is the most moving and disturbing Holocaust book I ve ever read and there have been quite a few Yes, any story about the experience of being in a concentration camp is deeply upsetting but this one was extremely raw and emotional for me The detail is exceptional and it will shock you to your core The reader will feel the pain, anguish, desperation, helplessness, terror, and the horrors of it all a


  2. Mark Porton Mark Porton says:

    The Brothers of Auschwitz is a powerful book written by Israeli Author Malka Adler, based on the true stories of teenage brothers Dov and Yitzhak s harrowing that word seems so weak experiences during the holocaust in WWII The brothers and their family were unmercifully removed from their village in Czechoslovakia in 1944, they were taken to Auschwitz Birkenau Adler uses their accounts as well as her father s own experiences in Treblinka and her ow


  3. Romancereadingaddict Romancereadingaddict says:

    this book makes your emotions go crazy The author was so descriptive that you could feel the pain and the hurt that dov and yitzak went through Even though Dov and Yitak aren t real the experiences that they went through are very real back in world war 2 The descriptions of people being beat, the hunger, and family s being ripped apart was common in that time It is a very sad, book that brings out all your emotions.


  4. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    The Brothers of Auschwitz by Malka Adler is an emotional roller coaster I have read dozens of books similar to this one, but none has ever made me feel the way this one did The writing was so descriptive, it was almost like reading a stream of consciousness where you are sitting across from Dov or Yitzak and they are just letting their stories come out Even though the brothers are fictional characters, the events they lived through and the experiences th


  5. Karen Whittard Karen Whittard says:

    This book is so moving It is harrowing and stunning, really well written and heartbreakingly raw The author writes this book with such compassion but take you into the pages of the book with an unflinching rawful truthfulness I can t fathom what these people went through It should never have ever been able to happen and i am so sorry to each and everyone of the people who have been hurt by these awful historical events.


  6. Sydney Long Sydney Long says:

    First and foremost, please let me start by saying this book took me longer to read than most It s quite emotional and I had to take breaks every so often because I needed to process what I was reading This book is also very graphic, as it should be It definitely paints a vivid picture of what life was life for these characters before, during and after the war I originally was going to give The Brothers of Auschwitz 4 s because I didn t like the way the story i


  7. Kirsty Noah-whitlock Kirsty Noah-whitlock says:

    Review for The brothers of Aushcwitz by Malka AdlerRead and reviewed via NetGalleyMy brother s tears left a delicate, clean line on his face I stroked his cheek, whispered, it s really you Dov and Yitzhak live in a small village in the mountains of Hungary, isolated both from the world and from the horrors of the war.But one day in 1944, everything changes The Nazis storm the homes of the Jewish villagers and inform them they have one hour One hour before the tra


  8. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    I have read quite a few books fiction and non fiction on Auschwitz and this is book is amongst the best that i have read Three years ago, i visited Auschwitz Birkenau, which was an experience that i will never forget I have also seen volumes of books whilst in Germany of all those who died in prisoner of war camps It doesn t even bear thinking about It makes you wonder how many families were just like Dov and Yitzhak and managed to survive against all the odds This


  9. Hayley Hayley says:

    This book was amazing It is all about two brothers who when the Nazis take over are separated from their family and places on their own in a concentration camp The story from then on goes to talk about all the terrible things that the boys had to go through and how they had to lean on each other because they had no one else to lean on when they were in hell What I liked was each chapter was told through the different brother s point of view so it gaveinsight and it all


  10. Brittany Brittany says:

    The holocaust has always been so heart breaking yet so intriguing to me It s almost like rubber necking You know something horrific is happening that you shouldn t watch it, but you can t help but be drawn to the disaster.This story was soul crushing The description of the camps brought me back to my history classes in middle school This was a beautifully written, devastating story of these brothers, but they pushed on.


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