The Tattooist of Auschwitz PDF Download

The Tattooist of Auschwitz PDF Download

By: Heather Morris
Genre: Historical, Fiction & Literature
Relase Date: 2018-09-04

Jaebrooke16

Quick read and great book. Super interesting to hear about some of the details of his life.

HermesOrange

This story is incredibly compelling on so many levels. The historical education and perspective of such hell on earth, intertwined with a human love it story makes for a rare and type of book.

nicklutsch

Definitely a must read! It’s haunting, interesting, and hopeful.

Ava Anastasia

THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ is based on a compelling, inspiring, and hearbreaking true story of Lale Sokolov and his years in a concentration camp tattooing numbers on the arms of fellow Jews. It's a love story; a tale of the strength of human spirit and ability to survive that reprehensible, inhumane environment with one's heart in tact. While the story drew me in, I found the writing style simplistic; I would have liked the book better with character detail and descriptions I could sink into.

Readingbythesea

Thank you

kaykaybean13

Must read

MN book lover

At times difficult to read, but an amazing key about love, the will to survive, and finding light in such darkness. An incredible story.

Burry R

Great read.

Sikmole

What an outstanding book. Gary, thank you for sharing your parents story!!

Jordy41

I sat down and read this book in 4 hrs. I could not put it down. I have read many books and materials on WWII this one by far is one of my favorites. As sad and horrific as the story was it brought to light all very serious time period. It had me yelling “No, no, no!!!” and balling like a baby. Reviewing the depths of humanities failures and darkness took me on a emotional roller coaster. I can’t even begin to imagine the turmoil this must have caused for this couple but to say no matter what I’m surviving and I will love you! Shows how much we can be resilient in the face of evil.

SusanSuperMom

This amazing book shared many details that i didn’t know about Auschwitz concentration camp. It was a miracle that Lale and Gita were able to communicate there and find each other after the war. Lale’s tenacity and street smarts helped many survive one of the worst camps in history. His honesty about his faith being shaken was sad but understandable. Gita’s deep faith kept her and many alive. But it was Lale’s unselfish love for his cellmates, the gypsies and children in the camp that kept him going. He was a hero on many levels and his acts of kindness ignited the human spirit around him. Disturbing but beautiful love story that validates good over evil in the end! 😊

Trebella

This book was unbelievable. Everyone should read it!!!