Summary of Edith Eva Eger’s The Choice (Unabridged‪)‬

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1. Edith Eva Eger was born in 1927 to a Jewish family in Košice, Czechoslovakia. She had two older sisters, Klara and Magda. Their mother, Ilona, who lost her own mother at age six, never lived a day of childhood, and their father was a well-known tailor.

2. At 14, Edith met her first love, a Jewish boy named Eric, at a book club. Their love was profound, not a superficial crush. When World War II and the uncertainty of the future left them hopeless and afraid, they still planned for their future together.

3. In 1944 during Passover, a major Jewish holiday, German soldiers showed up at Edith’s home to take them away. Klara was studying violin in Budapest. Her music professor had forbidden her from returning home.

4. Edith, Magda, and their parents first were sent to the Jakab brick factory at the edge of Košice with all the other Jews in the town. A little girl tried to escape the makeshift camp and was hung to death.

GENRE
Geschiedenis
VERTELLER
TM
Tabitha Mixon
TAAL
EN
Engels
DUUR
00:25
u. min.
UITGEGEVEN
2021
23 juni
UITGEVER
Slingshot Books
GEPRESENTEERD DOOR
Audible.com
GROOTTE
22
MB