Night by Elie Wiesel

Hey there! In this review, fourteen-year-old Rocket A. presents his insightful second opinion on the recently reviewed “Night”. 

IMG_0061“Night”, written by Elie Wiesel, is an autobiography about the horrific event that happened during  World War II called the Holocaust. The book describes the experiences of the Jews, gypsies, and homosexuals at the concentration camps created by the Nazis. The main character is a 14-year old-boy named Eliezer Wiesel living in Sighet, Transylvania who got sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp with his family in Germany. This book can be compared to “A Diary Of Anne Frank”, but with more details about life in the concentration camp. “Night” is about 120 pages and is good for an audience of 13 and up due to violence. I love this book, because it shows the truth behind the Holocaust.

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