'His 96-page memoir, translated from the original Yiddish, has a powerful immediacy' Martin Gilbert, The Times.
'The small details, both poignant and horrific, leave a mark, which is as it should be' The Irish Examiner.
'This is one of the most horrific books I have read, and I found it impossible to put down ... a major addition to the literature of the Holocaust' Mail on Sunday.
'This is an important book that deserves a prominent place in Holocaust literature' Victor Sebestyen, Sunday Times.
'Rajchman describes the indescribable in this devastating account of surviving Treblinka ... An essential and unforgettable piece of Holocaust testimony' Robert Collins, Sunday Times.