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Throughout the story of Rebecca, Ouzan paints an indelible picture replete with the additional indignities heaped by their liberators on so many of the victims of World War II. Even so, for so many who struggled through, a brighter, more hopeful life did emerge. — Neville Teller

The overlooked experience of these survivors rebuilding their lives in a world without a future gives rise to poignant reflections. —Eliette Abécassis


A superb novel. — France 2 (TV Channel), Judaica, Josy Eisenberg

Full of grace and emotion. How to find courage and hope after unspeakable horrors. —Jerusalem Post

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