Prisoner B-3087 Book Report

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Prisoner b-3087 has transformed me in some inexplicable ways. It made me appreciate everything from a house to a toothbrush. The book made me feel that I should not complain about loading the dishwasher once every day. I learned that Jews in world war 2 were woken up by being hit with clubs at six in the morning, limited to 300 calories a day, and worked to death. I would prescribe this book to someone who likes nonfiction or historical fiction and who can handle twinge and sorrow and can envisage themselves in someone else's shoes. Yenek was a former holocaust survivor. When he was 10 years old he was kidnapped by the Nazis and was forthwith put into his first concentration camp where he spent one year of his life learning how to survive

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