This poignant story follows the agonizing trials and tribulations of a vulnerable young girl's journey into adulthood. The best years of her life turn into the darkest of nightmares. The year is 1940. The place is Amsterdam, Holland. The Nazis conquer Europe and are intent on wiping out all of its Jews. We follow Sonja Kiek Rosenstein Cohen who, born into a warm and loving family, is forced to come to grips with suffering so great, that it was all but impossible not to succumb.
At the age of 21 Sonja lost her family, her newly wedded husband and most of her relatives. Her story and survival are set against the socio-political canvas of the times. It is an avid testimony to a period in recent history that did take place and should serve as a warning for generations to come.
Please note: this is an English audiobook. There also is a Dutch-language version with the title En verder geen leed.
|Imprint||Holocaust/WWII memoirs by seasidepress.org|
|Publicatiedatum||22 november 2008|
|Speelduur||4u 39m 35s|
|Formaat||mp3 download en geschikt voor de Luisterrijk app|
Recensies uit de pers
"Recounting the atrocities of the past to ensure that they aren’t repeated is an essential and noble purpose that takes courage." (Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor of California)
"Truth be told" (Douglas L. Grice, Congressional Chief of Staff of Clinton Administration)
"And No More Sorrow is a powerful story, beautifully told" (Rabbi David Wolpe, Sinai Temple Los Angeles)
"And No More Sorrow is a gripping read with an upbeat tone thanks to ultimate forgiveness." (Jack Polak, Chairman Emeritus of the Anne Frank Center USA)