The Choice: Embrace the Possible by Edith Eger
A deeply moving memoir…an insightful exploration of profound healing and self-acceptance in the face of suffering and trauma.
At sixteen, Edith Eger was sent to Auschwitz, where she endured unimaginable horrors. After her parents’ death, she was forced to dance for the amusement of Nazi officer Dr. Josef Mengele. Rescued by American troops in 1945, Edie struggled with trauma and guilt for years. Eventually, she returned to Auschwitz, finding healing and forgiveness, including for herself.
Through her own journey and stories of others, Edie reveals the power of overcoming mental imprisonment and finding freedom. “The Choice” is a transformative book that offers hope and solace for generations of readers.
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