“[Bella and Chaim] remind(s) me of the Jewish Museum in Berlin where the architecture is deliberately designed to replicate the physical experience of being shunted about and not feeling safe anywhere. One lurches from past to present, from the verbosity of officialese to intensely personal poetry, from seemingly bland reportage to family arguments. But taken together, this collage is deeply humanising. The people – survivors and victims alike – are intensely alive in this memoir.”
-Lisa Hill, ANZ LitLovers
Thanks to Lisa and ANZ LitLovers for your glowing review!
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