Nobel Prize-winning author Elie Wiesel is one of the most respected voices in the history of literature. His shattering memoir, Night, has profoundly affected millions of people and is among the great classics of Holocaust writing. This novel follows Night and Dawn and is the third part of what is known as the Wiesel's Holocaust trilogy.
Eliezer is a successful journalist and death camp survivor who steps into the path of an oncoming taxi. Critically injured, he searches the tragic events of his life for answers. How could the Holocaust happen? What kind of God would allow such unthinkable acts to be perpetrated? And as Eliezer lies dying, another extraordinary question emerges. Was he the victim of an accident, did he commit suicide, or was he overwhelmed by a potentially fatal indifference to life?
Translated from the French by Anne Borchardt. Narrated by George Guidall. 4 CDs. 4 hours.