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With the coming of dawn is the coming of death for a captured English officer in British-controlled Palestine. Elisha, a young Israeli freedom fighter, is his executioner. Ordered to kill the officer in reprisal for Britain's execution of a Jewish prisoner, Elisha thinks about his past, a sorrowful memory of the nightmare of Nazi death camps. As the only surviving member of his family, he dreamt of a wonderful future in his promised homeland. But instead, he finds himself closer to committing heartless murder with the approach of daylight. Dawn presents a haunting glimpse into the soul of one man and a budding nation.
©1961, 2006 Elie Wiesel; 1989 Elie Wiesel (P)2006 Recorded Books, LLC.
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By Amazon Customer on 02-16-12

Better that DAY - but not as good as NIGHT.

This was a book I purchased because I liked his first book NIGHT. This is nothing like NIGHT - has a different character - the story line is OK - but not what NIGHT was.... It's a short read - and George Guidall is spectacular as always..

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By Amber on 02-15-18

Misleading and Dull

I read Night in one sitting. I literally read the tangible book crying and sobbing. Could not put the book down. Dawn was a long drawn out 12hrs of a guy pretty much reminiscing and talking to a couple of people. It's like a "what if" kind of story. What if I joined the military. And what if I did this. Or what if I did that. All fictional. Not sure how it qualifies as a sequel. I feel like I would like to have my time back. Not worth it at all. But at least I can say I know it and speak intelligently when discussing the trilogy.

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