Review: THE SEVENTH WELL by Fred Wander

One of the books I read earlier this year for the WWII reading challenge was The Seventh Well by Fred Wander.

Here’s an excerpt from my review on Diary of an Eccentric; click the link to read the complete review:

The Seventh Well is the kind of book you think about for hours after turning the last page. Given that the stories are based on Wander’s own experiences, it left me with a different view of the concentration camps. It drives home the point that each and every person who entered the camps had a name, a face, an occupation, dreams, and passions.

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