My emotions are bittersweet. I loved this book but I was so sad for"Elie Wiesel" that he had to go through all the events. That he survived and had the strength to tell his story.
"Night" was a powerful story. Its powerful and not a book to be taken lightly.
A true story of a young boy who lives and tell the tragic story of holocaust during the world war II. It is a moving and sad story of the Jews had to go though, While reading this book, my heart felt sad and sympathy to the Jews. If lifes has any meaning to a human being, I hope history will not repeat itself. This is a definitely a must read book for everybody. I highly recommended.
I loved this book. I loved the honesty, the horror, & the truth that was revealed, by this amazing person.
I had to read this book for my English class, & boy, my English class somehow found HUMOR behind this book. I was thoroughly agitated by their finding this funny. NOTHING was funny in this book. NOTHING is funny about what Hitler did. & NOTHING is funny about the burning of human bodies or especially BABIES, while they're STILL ALIVE.
I wanted to punch every person in my class for finding that funny.
IT'S DISGUSTING, INHUMANE, & DISTURBING.
They went through so much, and Elie actually SURVIVED. Think about that. He's probably haunted each night with dreams of what he saw when he was at Auschwitz or Buna. Elie's memory of this is told through this book... seriously, think about how horrible it would be to LIVE through that. It breaks my heart to see someone such as Hitler, treating the Jews like that. I've read, more than once, the diary of Anne Frank, and I knew the Jews were treated horribly, but after reading this book? God. This makes me question my religion, going to be completely honest. The Jews trusted their God, trusted God to protect them and guide them to where they should be going. Most of those Jews, actually, about 98% of them, did NOTHING wrong. I don't understand it, & never will. I agree with what Eric said in class today.
"The Germans would have had a hell of a better chance of winning the war if they didn't have all the concentration camps & crematories."