A Train in Winter: An Extraordinary Story of Women, Friendship, and Resistance in Occupied France - Caroline Moorehead

This was a hard book to read, but it should be - the Holocaust was an atrocity millions did not survive, and reading about it should never be easy. But I believe we owe the survivors the dignity and honor of telling their stories, in whatever way they feel those stories should be told. That is why I continue to read books like this, that are not easy, that make me feel shock and sadness. Because the survivors deserve to be heard, and those who did not survive deserve to be remembered.