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This book is very short, but the words are extremely powerful. I am amazed that the author was able to summarize his "life" in concentration camps so succinctly. The emotions came through as I read it. I was sucked into his world, but yet could not imagine the real horrors of such places. I know that this book should be needed reading in schools. I read it, for the 2nd time, for a college English class. It will haunt my thoughts forever. How could humans treat others so cruelly? We are all people, no matter where we come from, what color we are, or what God we do or do not believe in. This book should be on everyone's bucket list, pardon the pun.
~~RIP MR. WIESEL, This is a page turner, read it one evening.~~"If history doesn't repeat itself, it sure does rhyme" Hal LindseyAs an awake aware American citizen I couldn't support but search some parallels in current happenings that seem to building towards a huge govt. take over. I noticed how human nature adapted to each level of control with complacency, (the barb wire of their town, calling it a ghetto, wearing stars). Until cattle vehicles pulled up. There were warnings all along but the controlled were not thinking of the huge scenario, who could even imagine it?? But, why should anyone think to be taken from homes and place in "work camps" by authorities would be an o.k. happening on any level? We must be vigilant to keep our public figures fair and accountable for their actions now, or we are destined to be selected for another genocide due to greed, population control, believing in a real GOD.
I have read the Anne Frank. diary and novels set during this time....Mila 18 and Armageddon by Leo Uris come to mind along with a class on the Halocaust during my under grad education, but this acc held me spellbound with its simplicity and depth of emotion not in the words but the picture they paint...could I survive ....I don't know, but I believe everyone has a will to survive and as is portrayed here...when push comes to shove the quest for survival is the latest motivator we have...Overriding religion, mates and love of family...in this secular materialistic globe we inhabit, everyone needs to be reminded of the evil we as humans are capable of inflicting on those we consider "other" so that it never happens again...although to a lesser degree it has and unes to occur.
I have read a lot of holocaust books but Weisel’s telling is so honest and so painful and his commentary is so real and so right that this is the single best book of them all. They are all necessary and every survivors story is necessary and must be told and must be heard. They are speaking for those that did not have the opportunity to speak because of the nazis. It’s just Night is various then all the others and it’s Weisel’s voice I think. I want that the entire globe was needed and wanted to read this and learn from this. May this history never repeat. May we never forgot.... especially for the kids lost. May their memory be a blessing.
Night, written by Elie Wiesel, is a short book that contains the narrator’s haunting private experience with concentration camps during the holocaust. It is a important read full of real stories about Wiesel’s time in Nazi concentration camps. Forced out of his home as a teenager, Wiesel traveled with his family to Birkenau. He and his father embarked on the deadly and involuntary journey, moving from one death camp to another. Throughout the book, the author provides numerous anecdotes that provide the reader with an photo of what these concentration camps were really like. This a mature book, but it is definitely a must read for teenagers and adults. The ideas may be a too powerful for kids or pre-teens. It is poignant and graphic, but gets a clear notice across. If you’re looking for short read and have interest in the holocaust and the victims who suffered through it, this is the book for you. I suggest you read through the preface and the forward in the beginning of the book, as well as the author’s note at the end. All in all, this is a amazing book that will provide you with both info and a saddening perspective of Globe Battle II.
The book “Night” by Elie Wiesel was very various to anything I’ve ever read before. It tells of experiences within Jewish concentration camps, during Globe Battle II, that are simply unimaginable to people today. Elie’s family, along with multitudes of other innocent victims, were tortured and killed throughout their involuntary stay. At points throughout the book, it was hard for me to read what not good things these people were forced to endure. This created me reflect on how privileged and fortunate I truly am. As I would definitely recommend this book, I highly suggest that it is only read by mature audiences. The ideas and feelings projected by the author are intense and can emotionally affect those who engage in reading. Much of the audience can’t physically or emotionally relate to these happenings described, yet are bound to feel sympathy and sadness for those who can/could. This book was extremely detailed and provoked an immense amount of feelings. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is even slightly interested. It has changed my once negative opinion on nonfiction books.
I liked this book. I will not say I loved this book because the topic is too poor to be real. Reading this story I felt like that young boy asking "... Is this a dream..." It's hard for me, an infant of the 70's, a kid of the 80's, a teen of the 90's, to believe that these atrocities ever occurred. I remember reading in history that Churchill/ Patton? (please correct me if I'm wrong) wanted pictures taken "... Because someday, there will be those who'll say 'this never happened'."I feel for the survivors, their families. I worry for my kids who will learn that amazing men like this author are less than current winners of this prestigious award. It is up to us, the third generation, the generation that makes or erases history, "to look into that young Jews eyes and say ... That we are not forgetting [them]. When their voices are stifled, we will lend them ours"Here is my testimony in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.
What to say about this book. It is so thought provoking. It is not just about the atrocities committed by the Germans. There are a lot of Holocaust books written by survivors. This book is about faith and the loss of innocence and the ability to believe. Like the author, I always believed that God was a kind, merciful and loving God. If that is real , then how could he let so a lot of innocent people be slaughtered down through the ages? Why do prayers go unanswered? This book is well-worth reading.
The Original Poor Santa. A cult horror classic, Silent Night, Deadly Night is something of a treat for the old school horror faithful. Plot has a young boy witness the slaying of his parents by a man dressed as Santa Claus. He grows up in an orphanage run by an over zealous Mother Superior, moves out when manhood beckons and gets a job in a department store. Come Christmas time he is coerced into being the shop Santa and promptly cracks up, grabbing an axe and wreaking slasher hell on everyone who gets in his way. That's beautiful much it, the stalk and cut formula in all its bloody glory. It's done very well here, with invention, genuine shocks and it's all boosted by having the angry Santa as an angelic faced beefcake (Robert Brian Wilson). Of course any new-age horror movie fan coming to it for the first time now will struggle to see what the appeal is? So listen to the staccato music, feel the nastiness - the humbug of it all, observe that the movie makers don't use filler or padding - they obtain in for some short sharp shock, and it's deliberately icky to garner a reaction. Masterpiece of horror cinema? No of course not, the acting is sub-standard, the ending rushed, but in the same year as Wes Craven unleashed one of cinema's ultimate bogeymen upon us, Charles E. Sellier Jr. and his writers offered us a reason to actually hope Santa Claus doesn't exist. 6.5/10
Husband is a huge fan of Guardians of the Galaxy. Groot being his favorite of course. We have a baby on the way, and I've been trying to obtain him in the habit of reading the baby a story at night. Wasn't so hot on reading outloud to my tummy every .. I gave him this hardcover book as a Christmas bonus from our baby. He's read it to our lil one definately more than once since then. Style is a comic in a story. (Ever so loveable) Blatent remarks from Rocket interupt in bubbles. Small comments pop up from other characters during the story as it! Did the trick! The key required was this book, unlocking his inner geeky dadness. :DHope our kid likes it as much as he does. Can't tell who enjoys it more just yet.
Such an adorable children's book!! I really have fun that the pages don't have too a lot of wordy sentences because my nephew loses his interest quite fast, so this is fast enough so that he can have fun the pictures more than anything! I ABSOLUTELY love (being a HUGE marvel fan) that so a lot of superheroes are in their book, besides the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Avengers. Like MOON KNIGHT, RED HULK, SHE-HULK, etc etc. I was method more excited about Moon Knight than my nephew was of course, but being a large fan of him, I'm really glad I'm able to present and explain to my nephew how cool Moon Knight is! Be prepared to know a LOT of marvel heroes before you present your small ones, so you're able to respond the "Who's that? Who's that? Who's that?" question a thousand times!
This is a fun book. My three year old knows a few marvel characters and I enjoyed introducing him to guardians of the freaking galaxy with this book. The artwork is a cool mix of kid friendly and what you'd expect from science fiction. The story is a small akward to read. It's almost read as a lullaby for Groot, with Rocket Racoon interrupting. We mostly just flip through and look at the pictures.
We absolutely love this book! it has become part of our night time routine that we have to read. My 2 year old is obsessed with Groot, and he just loves this. My husband and i like the marvel hero cameos. The story is written brilliantly with rhyming. It is a must for any Guardian's fan library, it wont disappoint. Remove the dust jacket and the surprise info are amazing on the cover!
I preordered this board book a long time ago for my nephew. It finally arrived and it was absolutely adorable. My toddlers asked me to read it to them before we wrapped it. It created them fall in love with small baby groot. He even had a small Spider-Man doll, and rocket created sure to hold him up long enough to save the world. There are all sorts of cameos from a huge dozens of marvel characters. I didn’t quite know all the references. But my brother in law and sister did and found it hilarious and witty. It’s my nephews favorite book right now. The pages were sturdy, and it was a decent size. Illustrations were gorgeous, even better than expected.
So cute! Love it! We bought this as a bonus for my 12 year old, from my 2 year old so she could read to him at night and they both love it!Positives:- Cute artwork- Simple to read- Short, fast read for night time.- Enjoyable read for both the young and oldNegatives:- He likes to test to read it to himself and can test to rip the pages. Would love this in a board book option too.
I was surprised by how much the children love this book. They are young and haven't seen the films but they know Groot because I have several of the musical versions here. When the grandkids come over they wish me to read this book. It's one of the first ones they grab. The boys are 2 and 4 years old.
My son has been obsessed with GOTG and so this book is perfect. He's wanted to read every night, for two weeks. So I think it's definitely a winner. He also will pick up randomly just to look at the pictures, which are super cute!
After reading "A Night to Remember", I was left with questions about the Californian and why it did not come to the rescue of the Titanic -- or ANY ship -- clearly in distress, when it was so close that it could SEE the ship sinking! "A Night to Remember" did not go into the issue, and in fact, hardly even mentioned the Californian. Thus, I wanted to search out, and this book was the answer. Awesome story. This book is a MUST READ if you are interested in the Titanic.
This is a riveting comparison of two captains: Arthur Rostron of the Carpathia, and Stanley Lord of the Californian. I've always wondered why Captain Lord did nothing to support the Titanic, and Butler's insight into Lord's hero answered a lot of questions for me. Frankly, I couldn't read this book quick enough. I recommend it highly.
I like and dislike this book at the same time. It is well written and researched, and I did learn a number of things from it. Moreover, I think if you desire to learn as much as possible about the hows and whys of the Titanic disaster, you should read it, as it offers an interesting HYPOTHESIS on the inaction of the Californian. Where I diverge from the author is in his need to assume a lot of things in order to come to this hypothesis. I am not saying he is wrong; I am saying he can never prove he is right. No one can. I don't know whether he is a doctor qualified to offer diagnosis opinions, but even if he is qualified, he would have to personally interview Lord in order to have anything in his purse other than a distant guess. This, of course, is impossible. The necessary thing to remember with Californian is that the ultimate question isn't why they did not race toward a ship in distress, but why they did not use every means possible of becoming informed before choosing a course of action. For if they had done so, Marconi would have instantly answered all questions. Anyone who thinks that all the testimony given at either inquiry was verbatim (tone and all) might be interested in the bridge I have to sell them. Both the watch officers and Lord had an equal reason to CYA, and they were all going to show the circumstances in whatever light justified themselves. So, in a method there is not, and never shall be, any reliable info about what transpired aboard the Leland ship. That does not absolve Lord or anyone else. I merely state that Butler jumps to a lot of conclusions, which he cannot prove, to indicate what portion of guilt was truly Lord's. And then sometimes Butler's arguments create no sense. For example, he offers the watch officers' claim of repeatedly mentioning the "white rockets" as proof that they created the situation clear to Lord. Then he quotes the BOT regulation, which contradicts his argument by indicating that distress signals could be of "any color." Not convincing. As I say, it really is a amazing book to read, and does offer an interesting theory. But it should not be treated as gospel. Ultimately, it will fall to the reader to weigh the info and either believe it or not. I have a very strict defense attorney mindset when it comes to Titanic study. So, if you can't prove it or there is plenty of reasonable doubt, you won't impress me much. Therefore, no one should take my hard case opinion as gospel either. Decide for yourself.
This is an interesting book, with info I haven’t seen in other books about the sinking of the Titanic. There are times when I would [email protected]#$%! was less repetitive, but, overall, I would recommend it.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is the first book I've read detailing the happenings surrounding the two ships Carpathia and Californian, most often mentioned when recalling the sinking of Titanic. Having read quite a few books about the disaster it was amazing to finally explore what it might have been like as the night unfolded for these two ships. The book also created me think of the "what if" scenerio with the Californian. If she was indeed close enough to see Titanic, had she responded to the distress signals, this might not have been the catastrophic tragedy it was!The author obviously invested a lot of time and energy investigating and then detailing in this book, facts regarding the rescue or lack of rescue effort by these ships.I would recommend this book to anyone serious in learning more about the Titanic and it's sinking.
This fills in the total story of the other two ships the night of the Titanic disaster. Without this part of the story, the Titanic disaster has an incomplete moral story. This book is very well researched and makes a convincing case for both heroism and cowardice.
The author incorporates the three main ships in the Titanic tragedy. Titanic, Carpathia and of course the e book breaks down hour by hour if not min by minute. I love the book The Ship that Stood Still but this puts all three ships into play. Absolutely loved this book. Highly enjoyable read.
What I like about that book is the fact that the author gives us so a lot of info we din't even know, and we thought we knew everything about that tragic night. I have read a lot of books on Titanic, but this one tops them all. My heart sank when I read about Captain Stanley Lord wonderful behavior that night. Unforgivable!
Very thoughtful and well documented book on the popular " triad" of ships: Titanic, Carpathia and the Californian. Think the author nails it with his theory as to why the Captain of the Californian chose not to come to the aid of the Titanic.
Please create a android game like fnaf but have a door and a vent you can close the vent for only and only 15 second and you have where foxy is and create that you have power and you have to listen for breathing please create this android game and call it fun times at Freddy's about the android game I don't like you scare the ghosts away and they come back 2 FREAKING SECONDS LATER!!!
This android game is nice but to the people that are complaining about the ghosts coming back after 2 seconds, use that to go and ring the E.R notice or foyer messages. You should go to your cameras and set it there and when you go for your cameras it will be there so there you go.