Three Sisters: A Novel
  • Three Sisters: A Novel
  • Three Sisters: A Novel
  • Three Sisters: A Novel
  • Three Sisters: A Novel
ISBN: 1250276896
EAN13: 9781250276896
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 5, 2021
Pages: 320
Format: Hardcover

Three Sisters: A Novel

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   Inspiring sibling story
This touching story of three sisters who make a promise to stay together is based on their true story of being imprisoned in Auschwitz. The author, Cilka, has previously written The Tattooist of Auschwitz and Heather Morris'Journey, which connects these sisters loosely, but could be read as stand alone books. I read all three and enjoyed all of them. They are filled with content about Auschwitz, as seen from different angles. This would make an especially wonderful gift to sisters. It is about strength, courage, endurance, and the ability to create a new life after suffering through all the terrible times. The last section of the book is about their lives in Israel. I thought it was uplifting, inspiring and very well written ''. Simply put, this was a true story!
 
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   Drags on and on and on……
How does an author end a good story and take it by not ruining it. The first half of the book was a page turner, then it gets repetitive and boring. I jumped over many pages and it was a chore to finish. What a disappointment! In the first half of the book, you really love the characters and care about them. Three quarters into the book you become annoyed with them and by the end you wish they all fell overboard. This book could have been five stars...
 
5
   Heather Morris does it again!
I couldn t wait for The Three Sisters to be published, as I read the first two books of this author and loved them. This 3-rd book takes readers on an unforgettable journey with three amazing sisters who survived the camps in World War II and created full lives in the aftermath of what the world later came to know as horrific and unimaginable darkness in history. These three women are probably more than most of us could ever hope to be and I am so thankful that Heather Morris told their story. Her research, detail and perfect story telling will nag you from the beginning. I hope that in this author's future there is another World War II book!
 
5
   Never a dull page
Ever a dull page? Never a dull one. While reading this book, it was very hard for me to imagine how they survived. Cold and hunger must have been unbearable. Their living quarters were a nightmare and their sleeping quarters were a nightmare. After reading this book, I thank God, I have such a comfortable life. Living quarters ng their living quarters. I kept reading while reading, I am truly spoiled.
 
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   WWII fiction
This author did an amazing job collaborating this story of three sisters who suffered their own Hell on Earth at the hands of the Nazis. It is difficult to forget and just as difficult to write the story after reading it. It loved it as much as The Nightingale.
 
5
   This book will capture and break your heart..
How can a person rate a book about such a significant horrifyingly harrowing time in history? I cried my way through this beautiful book ''. So much research, so much detail. The three sisters'lives were handled bare, but laid with such dignity. Heather Morris, thank you Heather Morris for all your grace in allowing us to meet these extraordinary women through your book. Thank you Livi, Magda, and Cibi for sharing your story with the world. The world needs to read more books like this. The world needs to read more books like this.
 
5
   Amazing story
Heather Morris is another amazing work by David Kelley. She brings the harrowing and incredible story of the Meller sisters's survival to life. I've felt like I was laughing and crying with the sisters. This is this third book I have read by Heather and my favorite of the three. I also loved the mentions of other well known survivors and sadly those who list their lives. As I read this, I kept thinking about another book I read, 999 The first official women of the extraordinary transport to Auschwitz by Heather Macadam. Morris is an intimate portrayal of the lives and hardships of teenage girls in Auschwitz.
 
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   Heart breaking and Emotional
But we were the Meller girls once. When they inserted these numbers into our skin, they sealed our promise. Somehow they gave us the strength to fight for our lives. This is the true story of the 3 sisters. The girls Livi, Magda, and Cibi made a promise to their father that they will always protect one another and stay together before he died. Can they keep this promise during WWII, as Jews are rounding up and taken to camps. The sisters are taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau from Germany. This was a heart breaking, tragic story that was told beautifully. An emotional read, with events in history that need to be told many times and remembered so that this will never happen again. Thank you NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for the opportunity to read this book. A story that I will never forget.
 
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