Afef Ansi Ansi itibaren Emu-Uno, Nijerya
IMHO, you will be wasting your time readint his book.
Having grown up in Tulsa, I enjoyed reading about familiar places. I also like how Cherokee legends were woven into this "vampyre" story. This is a fun, but light and fluffy, teen book series.
** spoiler alert ** This book is not for the faint of heart, or the easily upset. Because it is the true story told by Elie Wiesel, there is not much left out. He tells all that happened to him, and most of the time he does not do things by half. He does not make things lighter and happier; he tells you how it is.
Amazing book. An unusual style and way of phrasing things, but the starkness of the writing and the severity of the story/time period fit each other so perfectly that I had to keep reading.