Rory’s Book Club: Night

I don’t usually run out of words. If I ever think I will run out of words, I just make some up. However, there are no words to describe “Night” by Elie Wiesel. It was a painfully honest memoir of the Holocaust. Oprah liked it enough to choose it for her book club. I will again have to break my “no non book club books allowed” policy to also read “Dawn” & “Dusk”. In the back of the book there was Elie Wiesel’s Nobel Prize speech which was something that would change the world if everyone read it. This is the sound of me not saying anything, the book was just that good.

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One thought on “Rory’s Book Club: Night

  1. Jessica

    I love this book! It’s so incredible that sometimes i had to sit back and remind myself that this was a true story. can you believe the tribulations elie had to overcome?

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