Sunday, February 24, 2013

Open Heart by Elie Wiesel

This is a short book, a pensee, really.  Still, it is well worth reading.  Alexandra Popoff's review on Good Reads summarizes my thoughts: "“Open Heart” is a memoir of great emotional power, akin to Wiesel’s novel Night. Both works are written with a poetic eloquence, but while his first novel conveys humanity’s darkest experiences, the memoir expresses his acceptance of life. Open Heart takes the reader to a world filled with love and tells about the brightest experiences –– faith, survival, and human bondage."
Should you read Open Heart there are moments that will inspire.