I found this book to be a very interesting yet intense account of repulsive events. The book is written from Corrie’s viewpoint. She uses such great illustration that I felt I was there and standing next to her – in her watchmaking shop, dining room, and barrack. It seemed like the book was slow moving at first. The author gives a lot of detail about the Ten Boom’s watchmaking shop and characters that we only see for the first few chapters of the book. I felt like a lot of this could have been edited out since the heart of the story is Corrie’s faith-driven effort to save others. Overall though, I thought this book was well written as it captivated my attention and my heart for the characters – all the way to the end. I really enjoyed learning a history lesson through the eyes of someone who lived through it. This book made me to want to be more self-less and to help others in need. It also gave me compassion for those who lived through the Holocaust.