‘Eva’s account of her experiences is remarkable in its detail, particularly when one considers her age. Through her 14-year-old eyes, the daily humiliations, deprivations and tortures of Auschwitz are thrown into sharp relief.’ —Age
‘An extraordinary memoir that is brimming with courage, hope and love in the face of evil. Slonim’s story . . . is a must read for everyone.’ —Books and Publishing Online
‘Unforgettable’ —Adealaide Advertiser, Best Books of 2014
Faith; Injustice and Cruelty; Survival
In this remarkable memoir, Eva recounts her experiences as a child at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. It is the culmination of her lifelong commitment to educating the world about the Holocaust.
Read an interview with Eva Slonim in the Weekend Australian Magazine.
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