Three Sisters

Three Sisters

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From Heather Morris, the New York Times bestselling author of the multi-million copy bestseller The Tattooist of Auschwitz and Cilka's Journey: a story of family, courage, and resilience, inspired by a true story.

Against all odds, three Slovakian sisters have survived years of imprisonment in the most notorious death camp in Nazi Germany: Auschwitz. Livia, Magda, and Cibi have clung together, nearly died from starvation and overwork, and the brutal whims of the guards in this place of horror. But now, the allies are closing in and the sisters have one last hurdle to face: the death march from Auschwitz, as the Nazis try to erase any evidence of the prisoners held there. Due to a last minute stroke of luck, the three of them are able to escape formation and hide in the woods for days before being rescued.

And this is where the story begins. From there, the three sisters travel to Israel, to their new home, but the battle for freedom takes on new forms. Livia, Magda, and Cibi must face the ghosts of their past--and some secrets that they have kept from each other--to find true peace and happiness.

Inspired by a true story, and with events that overlap with those of Lale, Gita, and Cilka, The Three Sisters will hold a place in readers' hearts and minds as they experience what true courage really is.

Author: Heather Morris
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Published: 10/05/2021
Pages: 416
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 1.39lbs
Size: 9.53h x 6.49w x 1.39d
ISBN: 9781250276896

Review Citation(s):
Library Journal Prepub Alert 05/01/2021 pg. 12
Publishers Weekly 08/30/2021
Library Journal 10/01/2021 pg. 77

About the Author
HEATHER MORRIS lives in Australia. While working in a hospital in Melbourne, she studied and wrote screenplays, one of which was optioned by an Academy Award-winning screenwriter in the US. In 2003, Heather met a gentleman, Lale Sokolov, who 'might have a story worth telling'. Lale entrusted the innermost details of his life during the Holocaust to her. Heather originally wrote his story as a screenplay - before reshaping it into her debut novel, The Tattooist of Auschwitz.