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Finally break their silence to a friend who will never let their stories be forgottenTold in a poetic style reminiscent of Atwood and Salinger Malka Adler has penned a visceral yet essential read for those who have found strength solace and above all hope in books like The Choice The Librarian of Auschwitz and The Tattooist of AuschwitzThis paperback includes an exclusive 14 page PS section with an author an Author’s Note and a reading group guidePraise for The Brothers of Auschwitz‘I sat down and read this within a few hours my wife is now reading it and it is bringing tears to her eyes’ reviewer‘The story is so incredible and the au. Thanks to Edelweiss Harper Collins Publishing and Malka Adler for my copy of The Brothers of Auschwitz Dov and Yitzhak live in a tiny village in the mountains of Hungary during WW II due to the town being so isolated they believed their Jewish family was safe from the Nazis and they would leave them aloneIn 1944 their lives are change forever when the Nazis arrive in the village they inform all Jewish civilians they need to be ready to leave their homes in an hour they are allowed to take only what they can carry and they had no idea they would be stuck on a train for three days and taken Auschwitz Here the men and women are separated from each other older people and the young are the first to be sent to the gas chambersSixty years later Dov and Yitzhak are both in their 70 s and living in Israel they decide to finally share their stories of what happened to them I have read many holocaust survivors stories and nothing can prepare you for the absolute horror and inhumane treatment of these two teenage brothers and their familiesAt one stage I didn t know if I could keep reading or write a review for this book and I felt I owed it to Dov Yitzhak and their sister Sarah to do so What was done to them was horrendous cruel and inhumane and it made me feel sick It s a credit and testimony to them their loves ones and all the brave survivors of Auschwitz for them to share their heartbreaking story Most people who survived did what Dov and Yitzhak did they were so traumatized and they could not tell anyone what happened to them Malka Adler s book is based on her interviews with the two brothers she was the only person who they trusted to share their experiences with by writing The Brothers of Auschwitz she s made sure no one will ever forget the teenage boy s story and I gave the book four stars I have shared my review on Goodreads Australia Edelweiss Kobo Twitter and my bloghttpskarrenreadsbooksblogspotcom Cenote visceral yet essential read for those who have found strength solace and above all hope in books like The Choice The Librarian of Auschwitz and The Tattooist of AuschwitzThis paperback includes an exclusive 14 page PS section with an author an Author’s Note and a reading group guidePraise for The Brothers of Auschwitz‘I sat down and read this within a few hours my wife is now reading it and it is bringing tears to her eyes’ reviewer‘The story is so incredible and the au. Thanks to Edelweiss Harper Collins Publishing and Malka Adler for my copy of The Brothers of Auschwitz Dov and Yitzhak live in a tiny Sottomissione village in the mountains of Hungary during WW II due to the town being so isolated they believed their Jewish family was safe from the Nazis and they would leave them aloneIn 1944 their lives are change forever when the Nazis arrive in the

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Thor writes so beautifully that it is impossible to stay indifferent I gave the book to my mom and she called me after she finished crying and telling me how much she loved it’ reviewer‘It is a book we all must read read in order to know It is harsh enthralling earth shattering rattling – but we must And nothing less’ Aliza Ziegler Editor in Chief at Proza Books Yedioth Ahronoth Publishing House‘Great courage is needed to write as Adler does – without softening without beautifying without leaving any room to imagination’ Yehudith Rotem Haaretz newspaper‘This is a book we are not allowed not to read’ Leah Roditi At Magazine. Any book that brings to the forefront the horrors of the Holocaust deserves praise I make it a point to keeping reading them Not because they are necessarily entertaining but because they are important The Brothers of Auschwitz is particularly interesting because although it is a work of fiction it is based on the true stories of brothers Dov and Yitzhak In 1944 during WWII their family was forced to leave their town in Hungary and they were transported to Auschwitz This horrendous place has been written about countless times This book does not hold back It takes us very deep into this nightmare The conditions and the way so many died is presented in a raw and gut wrenching manner showing the true horrors of what occurred to countless Jews and many others as well as to this family It s hard to read After the war we learn of the brothers lives as they recuperate and ultimately settle in Israel How do people live their lives when they ve survived a concentration camp and have lost so much These two resilient men tell their storyI am very appreciative to have been given an ARC to read from Edelweiss and One More Chapter HarperCollins in advance of the book s September 1 2020 release an e version was released in 2019 The book I read had been translated into English from Hebrew and I found the way it was translated to be a concern The prose did now flow well and parts were not in complete sentences I would have rated this book higher but I struggled through it Nevertheless The Brothers of Auschwitz is worth reading as it tells a tragic story that must be told again and again and again No matter how difficult it is to readRated 35 stars

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An extraordinary novel of hope and heartbreak this is a story about a family separated by the Holocaust and their harrowing journey back to each otherMy brother’s tears left a delicate clean line on his face I stroked his cheek whispered it’s really youDov and Yitzhak live in a small village in the mountains of Hungary isolated both from the world and from the horrors of the war But one day in 1944 everything changes The Nazis storm the homes of the Jewish villagers and inform them they have one hour One hour before the train will take them to AuschwitzSix decades later from the safety of their living rooms at home in Israel the brothers. This is easily the most brutal gut wrenching Holocaust book I have ever read There is a content warning on the first page and honestly it s justified Heed the content warnings This pulled no punches and held absolutely nothing back The book is raw and brutal yet completely historically honest The brothers the book is based on you fall in love with them and their story They start in old age and then tell their story of pain and loss It is short choppy sentences at times but it still flows nicely Highly recommended for those who want a story that is realistic of what happened during WWII and the tortures of it


10 thoughts on “The Brothers of Auschwitz

  1. says:

    The Brothers of Auschwitz a biographical novel is the most moving and disturbing Holocaust book I’ve ever read and there have been uite a few Yes any story about the experience of being in a concentration camp

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    This is easily the most brutal gut wrenching Holocaust book I have ever read There is a content warning on the first page and honestly it's justified Heed the content warnings This pulled no punches and held absolutely nothing back The book is raw and brutal yet completely historically honest The brothers the b

  3. says:

    Over the years I have read many books about World War II and the Holocaust The Brothers of Auschwitz A heartbreaking and un

  4. says:

    The Brothers of Auschwitz is a powerful book written by Israeli Author Malka Adler based on the true stories of teenage brothers Dov and Yitzhak’s harrowing that word seems so weak experiences during the holocaust in WWI

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    Thanks to Edelweiss Harper Collins Publishing and Malka Adler for my copy of The Brothers of Auschwitz Dov and Yitzhak live in a tiny village i

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    This book is about a sad subject but one that people should be reuired to read It's an ugly part of our history that affected so many Jewish families and we should feel honored to read their stories That’s how I feel every time I read a holoc

  7. says:

    Any book that brings to the forefront the horrors of the Holocaust deserves praise I make it a point to keeping

  8. says:

    The Brothers of Auschwitz was such a special book that touched my heart my spirit and my whole being This book was written so beautifully in a stream of consciousness voice that will feel like you are hearing this story firs

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    this book makes your emotions go crazy The author was so descriptive that you could feel the pain and the hurt that dov and yitzak went through Even though Dov and Yitak aren’t “ real” the experiences that they went through are very real back in world war 2 The descriptions of people being beat the hunger and family’s being ripped apart was common in that time It is a very sad book that brings out all your emotions

  10. says:

    Thank you HarperCollins and Netgalley for an ARC of this book for an honest review The Brothers of Auschwitz by Malka Adler is about 2 brothers who finally decide to tell their story of their time during and after the holocaust This

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