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Hardcover My Brother's Voice: How a Young Hungarian Boy Survived the Holocaust: A True Story Book

ISBN: 1932173099

ISBN13: 9781932173093

My Brother's Voice: How a Young Hungarian Boy Survived the Holocaust: A True Story

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Stephen Nasser somehow dug deep within his soul to survive the brutal and inhumane treatment his captors inflicted on the Jews. He was the only one of his family to survive - but the memory of his brother's dying words compelled him to live. This title presents Stephen's account of the Holocaust.

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This author retells his story of being a Holocaust survivor in a way that grips your heart and will

I read this book today, front to back. I couldn’t put it down. As much as it was heart wrenching, it was also very beautiful.. it captured perfectly the very worst and best of mankind. And most importantly, it serves as a powerful reminder of a history we cannot allow to repeat… especially during these times, when it seems people are blind to the communist ideologies that are slowly creeping towards our freedom. This book is a staunch reminder of the dangers of denial or complacency.

Must Read, Must Buy

I recently finished reading My Brother's Voice and was so moved by the story and all Mr. Nasser had to endure and witness. I cried many times while reading this book, out of sadness, horror and frustration. In fact in recounting some of the book to my husband and non Jewish friend to illustrate a point about the pure evil of some people I couldn't even finish the story without breaking down. Reading it was one thing then to voice it out loud, and explain it to someone was overwhelming. I can't imagine what it was/is for Mr. Nasser having lived it. Mr. Nasser's amazing inner strength and determination is a true testament to the human spirit. He has made me proud to be a Jew. I didn't grow up an observant Jew (except for high holidays, of course) and although I wasn't ashamed to be Jewish, I didn't exactly go out of my way to announce to the world I was a Jew. These past several years, I have found myself becoming more "Jewish" if you will. The more I read the more I want to know. The more I feel the more I want to scream at the world. This book is another significant layer in my growth. I can't adequately put into words what I mean at this point, but I wanted to say that this book has had a great impact on my life and hopefully through me, an impact on others as well. Once you read this book Mr. Nasser's and his family's great losses and suffering will always be carried in your heart and with that the promise to "never forget"

The Holocaust Through a Child's Eyes

Stephen Nasser has accomplished something few writers can; he has brought the unbelievable emotions of the holocaust to our very lives nearly 60 years after the end of World War II. He writes as an adult but his memories are from his young teen years. His thoughts are nearly 60 years old through his eyes as a child.He has endured a horrible ordeal to become a wonderful man, a man I now call "Friend". I teach him art and he teaches me about life!No person should ever again be faced with these horrors. NEVER AGAIN!


I think this book should be required reading for all middle school aged children !! This is an amazing story of Love, Courage, and Ambition. Many lessons can be learned here. I am amazed at what young Pista was able to endure, and overcome. This is not your typical Concentration Camp Story, but a true life conquest. A tale of love and overcoming unbelievable odds. This story picks up where "Diary of Anne Frank" leaves us off. I would love to one day meet the Author, Stephen Nasser. He must truly be an amazing and wonderful human being. Thank you for sharing your incredible lifes journey with the world!

A MUST read, for all ages!

What an amazing life adventure this man has had! This book is a tremendous read. A family love story, mixed in with tragedy, hope,and sheer determination. This is an inspiring book, it just makes you want to be a better person. I am proud to have heard your lecture, and even more proud to have had the opportunity to shake the hand of such an amazing, gentle, and beautiful human as yourself!

A Tragic Holocaust Story

Mr Nasser's memoirs of his harrowing experience in the Nazi death camps is a tribute to the courage and strength of a child under unspeakable conditions. His survival and ability to live a happy, productive life is truly amazing. An excellent book - well written!
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