Our July book is different to what we have been reading recently but I felt it was time for a more thought-provoking book, instead of yet another quilting mystery book.

This is one voice from the horrors that ended 75 years ago with the liberation of one of the most well-known concentration camps, Auschwitz-Birkenau,

The Seamstress: A Memoir of Survival is the true story written by Romanian born Sara Tuvel Bernstein and retells her life, including her work as an apprentice seamstress and later on in the women’s only concentration camp Ravensbruck. 

 

There will most likely be tears, but also cheering and recognition along the way. The story is told in a raw and powerful language which skilfully describes amazing friendships and everyday courage.

Never forget

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