A gripping recount of a woman's time in Auschwitz. As stated, it's a recount so it's a bit slow in parts and isn't splattered with dramatic language, but it's harrowing and heartbreaking as Olga retells her time in the extermination camp, including the death of her family.
I took a star off for the quality of the paperback. It reminded me of university lecture notes that used to be emailed from a scanned copy of a smaller book. This isn't a traditional print - I'm pretty sure it is a scan and reprint of the orginal book and as a result, the writing is slightly blurred and lacks some clarity on the edges of letters as the pages have been scaled at a larger size.