This was a very interesting read i not read a lot of book in this time era in fact i think Diary of Anne Frank might be the only other one. So i am no way an expert on what to expect other then gory details. This one does not shy away from the events that take place their plenty of accountability about that in the pages of this book. I was drawn in by the blurb of course it a billed as the story of the smallest library.
The book at times was very emotional and brought me to tears but it a story that i am glad i read i like expanding my reading beyond just stories about princess, wizards and fairies. Sometimes we need a difficult subject matter to really bring some reality to our reading. It expands our knowledge of events that have happen in our history but it also gives you a thankfulness for what we have and hold dear.
Thou this is partially fictional it also is based in pure fact from the words of Dita herself and the author even tells us of his travels to Auschwitz to see where the tragic events occurred. The author does his research and portrays a great historical fictional novel and i love Dita for her pure heart and strength to defy to keep reading alive. \