Hope (1st Revision) by Matthew Hahn
A story of survival, hope, and horror from the period of the Holocaust.
In Poland, 1939, a man with shadowed eyes squeezed the trigger that killed Daniel Friedman. Not the man but the parts of him that mattered, made life worth living. It happened in a click, a scream, his name—Daniel, a shot, the silence that followed. The man he used to be, lost in a flash.
After the German invasion of Poland, Daniel is captured and sent to a concentration camp where he is positioned as a sonderkommando. He is plagued with the task of removing the clothing of the dead before placing them in a crematorium's never-ending flames.
While Daniel is confined in a concentration camp, his brother, Adam, is supplied with false information that causes him to believe his brother was murdered by the passing German army. In a fit of rage, Adam vows to seek revenge on the only two names he is given, The Vulture and Wolf.
- Classification: Universal
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- First submitted Aug. 31, 2010
- Last updated Aug. 31, 2010
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Hope is a historical novel about the Holocaust. It follows the life of a Jewish man named Daniel Friedman.
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