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Reviewed by Laura R. Brush for Readers' Favorite
Tarra Light’s Angel of Auschwitz: A Spiritual Memoir of Forgiveness and Healing describes the atrocities of Auschwitz during the Holocaust. She places the reader in Poland where the destruction of the Jewish race and all its horrors are front and center. A young girl, Natasza, has been chosen to bring the message of the power of love, truth, and intellect that eases the darkness of hatred and ignorance. As the Angel of Auschwitz, Natasza navigates her life in the camp, encountering other prisoners who have lost all hope, living in constant fear and despair. She uses her limited resources to practice her hands-on healing powers and her intellect to cause problems with the cruel guards.
Through the Angel of Auschwitz’s acts of compassion and bravery, Tarra Light proves that love and empathy have the power to overcome the most unimaginable atrocities. As the story unfolds, Natasza's deep connection to her Jewish heritage and her encounter with a mysterious angelic figure adds a supernatural element to the narrative. Through their interactions, readers contemplate the resilience of the human spirit in the face of unimaginable suffering. These messages resonate throughout the book and convince the reader that love is the most potent of all medicines. The Angel of Auschwitz teaches that love is the greatest power in the universe, greater than the might of all the armies of the world. If you wonder about the strength of the human spirit, this book is a must-read. It is spiritually inspiring.