I think that Elie Wiesel's book is super good and interesting so far. I like how real everything is. It's like you are there and everything. The way the Germans are so mean is crazy. I just can't believe anyone can be mean like that.
Elie Wiesel's book contains fascinating insight into the life of a persecuted Jew. The realism in his account is haunting and - at times - truly troubling to read. Simply imagining the torture experienced by such a young teenager can be overwhelming. The cruelty of some of the Germans in the book makes one question the existence of any good in the universe.