Night | Teen Ink


October 10, 2007
By Anonymous

Elie Wiesel

The book I read was called Night. Elie Wiesel, the author, was one of the few survivors of World War 2. One morning the German soldiers came and took him and his family, plus all the other people in that ghetto. They loaded all of people in a cattle car. The soldiers loaded them until they could hardly breathe. He and his family had not been separated…yet. They are trying to think, and hope, on the bright side. His family and him got to the first camp and he and his father got separated from his mother and sister. They went from camp to camp, not knowing if the next one was going to be even more painful.

I recommend this book because, for me, it answers questions about World War 2 that I wanted to know. It tells you what it was like on the inside and how one teenager felt when he had to survive in it. I think you should at least be in 6th grade to enjoy this book.


This article has 0 comments.