Elie Wiesel’s book ‘Night’ is a true as well as a powerful story which talks about the author’s personal experiences in the Nazi concentration camp at the time of World War II. His book is a great work as it has many different things for teaching the readers about the real life which somehow got concealed years ago, which is frightening and at the same time brings sadness along a sense of inhumanity (Miller, 2014). The Holocaust will not only haunt but will also remind of those people who suffered.
The writing in this book is clear with a short volume but it is still difficult. Even the subject which was chosen for this book is a bit difficult for a normal person to think about, however, is important to tackle it and remember it. This book is written very nicely and is a good resort for the youngsters as well as adults, reading about the Holocaust or even studying the subject in much detail for the first time.
This book is an extraordinary read, as well as truly essential today. It should be read by everybody throughout the world. Most realize that what occurred inside those death camps changed lives everlastingly, yet some way or another, the Nazis accepted that what they did was not wrong (Miller, 2014). In the event that it happened once, it could happen again – that is the thing that makes this book so important. By utilizing apprehension, the author stresses the agony and sadness of his circumstance.