Point a finger, said the American soldier, at the one who made you look like a skeleton.
That sentence marks the end of a nightmare and a moment of moral clarity for Eva Brown, who survived Auschwitz and lost sixty members of her extended family in the Holocaust.
Born into a close and loving Jewish home, Brown saw her idyllic childhood end at age 16, when Nazi troops invaded the small Hungarian town where her father was a rabbi. In If You Save One Life, Brown vividly describes how she endured through faith, determination, and her sheer will to survive. Her story will make you cry and sing.
In Very Good Condition. Dust Jacket has very light wear. Book itself is very good. Binding is strong. Title page signed and dedicated by author Eva Brown. The rest of the pages are very good with no markings.