Three Sisters (The Tattooist of Auschwitz, #3)

Three Sisters

Three Sisters

Published: 10/5/2021

Format: Hardcover

ISBN: 1250276896

Thank you to Netgalley, Heather Morris, St. Martin’s Press for giving me a copy of Three Sisters to read and review. The following is my honest opinion.

The Holocaust is troubling to hear about, but it happened & some of the survivors have shared their stories throughout the years. Three Sisters tells the story of Cibi, Magda, & Livi surviving the Holocaust and being forced to start over when it ended. 

The sister’s story is well written. The description of Auschwitz is chilling. The atrocities are unimaginable. The love amongst sisters & a promise made as children helped them fight off death. 

The lack of human needs in the camps was well documented; the sinister atmosphere clear. This book then continued telling about their life after Auschwitz. There was nothing left for them. Starting over wasn’t easy for the trio of sisters. 

I especially liked reading the interviews with the sisters who are still alive and their family members. They put the whole story in perspective. Heather Morris did a tremendous job telling their story. 

If you have even a speck of interest in this part of history, make sure you grab a copy of Three Sisters. It is emotional & informative. 

~Other reviews about the Holocaust:

https://latishaslowkeylife.com/review/the-woman-with-the-blue-star/

https://latishaslowkeylife.com/review/the-forest-of-vanishing-stars/

https://latishaslowkeylife.com/review/lilac-girls/

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