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A Thousand Days In Auschwitz

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Mattie Kaczlowicz is an ordinary man facing impossible choices.

Plonsk, Poland, 1942. Mattie Kaczlowicz's life is about to change forever. When the Nazis deport his beloved wife to an unknown "work camp" in the east, his heart is shattered. Two weeks later, it's his turn, and he finds himself crushed in a freight car, traveling toward a fate that is already sealed for him.  three hellish days with no food or water, the train comes to a stop, but his relief is short-lived when the doors are thrown open and he realizes his destination is Auschwitz, the deadliest concentration camp.

During the next 861 days, Mattie endures disease, torture, and starvation. Then under the threat of death, he is forced to become a reluctant instrument in the Nazi's killing program. In his struggle to survive, the lines between right and wrong become blurred, and he is powerless to do anything except fight to stay alive.




                                                A very powerful story!

                                                        Brilliant writing!

What a powerful and dramatic story in A Thousand Days in Auschwitz by Brenda Marie Webb. This could be anyone's story, but this is Mattie's story. A fictional depiction of a time that no one should ever forget, especially the despicable nature of brutality, and murder. Inhuman Nazis and the following of orders, no matter what, of a psychopathic dictator and his generals. Any day in Auschwitz is a day too long. Auschwitz is one of the most infamous concentration and elimination death camps.


Mattie lost everyone, everything, and still was forced to work for the Nazis, fifteen hours a day. It was hard to read, but worth the read. I believe that everyone should read this book and that people realize the inhumane treatment of others, just because they didn't fit the Nazi's beliefs.


It’s definitely un-put-downable! It is always an honor to read this author's books. This is a totally inspirational title.


A Thousand Days in Auschwitz is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews.


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