I read and loved Heather Morris's precious WWII Historical Fiction, also based on a true story, The Tattooist of Auschwitz. So when I recently heard that she had a follow-up story, also based on a true account during the Holocaust, I couldn't wait to get my hands on it! Heather Morris does an amazing job bringing these important historical accounts to life for readers the world over. As much as I've read on WWII, both nonfiction and fiction alike, she always manages to teach me things I didn't know and inspire me to do research of my own. I immediately fell in love with Cilka's enduring spirit and can't wait to join her on the rest of her journey. As much as it breaks my heart, I'm already invested in her story and need to know what happens to her. I loved the cameo by Lale and Gita. And I also love the cover and how it fits with her previous cover as well as fits its own story.