By: Elie Wiesel


Eliezer Wiesel is a fourteen-year-old boy living in Sighet, Transylvania, at the start of World War II. Elie and his family are placed in a ghetto, and are soon transferred to Birkenau, the entrance to Auschwitz. At Birkenau Elie is separated from his family but manages to stay with his father. After being transferred once again, but this time to Auschwitz death camp, Elie and his father learn the true hardships of being in a concentration camp. Read Night by Elie Wiesel to find out if Elie and his father make it through the concentration camp or if they are killed and burned in the crematorium.