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    Nominated in Best Fiction at the Audie Awards 2020.

    The sequel to the international number one best seller The Tattooist of Auschwitz, based on a true story of love and resilience.

    Her beauty saved her life - and condemned her.

    Cilka was only 16 years old when she was taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp, in 1942. The Commandant at Birkenau, Schwarzhuber, noticed her long beautiful hair, and forced her separation from the other women prisoners.

    Cilka did what she had to in order to survive Auschwitz. And yet after Russian soldiers liberated Auschwitz in 1945, Cilka was charged as a collaborator and sentenced to serve a 15-year sentence for 'sleeping with the enemy'. Once again, she found herself on a brutal train journey, crammed into a carriage with many desperate women and children. This time, her destination was Siberia. She was by then only 18 years old. 

    So began a new life of horror and brutality in a prison camp close to the Arctic Circle. But in this unimaginable darkness, this terror beyond terror, Cilka found endless resources within herself, her profound humanity and determination helping her to survive against all odds.

    Cilka's Journey is a remarkable novel of courage and resilience, based upon the heartbreaking true story of Cilka Klein. 

    Don't miss the conclusion to The Tattooist of Auschwitz Trilogy, Three Sisters

    ©2019 Heather Morris (P)2019 Bonnier Books UK

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    • Bashful Reader
    • 30/01/2021

    Heartbreaking but beautiful

    Beautifully narrated. The story of Cilka is both heartbreaking and triumphant! The characters who joins her story aren't just filler characters. A sad hit wonderful read

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    • Anonymous User
    • 26/08/2020

    Eye opener in many ways

    Excellent narrator. Story very sad but an insight to treatment from the enemy and their fellow prisoners. Shocking to say the least. Read The tattooist of Auswitz first then Cilka’s Journey

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    • Pat Johnson
    • 24/05/2020

    Such a journey.

    What a brave woman with such a gentle side which I don’t know how she did it and to survive that horrific time , oh how I would love to hug her .
    Such a wonderful story narrated beautifully .
    So many tears I can hardly see what to type ..
    Thanks to all those extremely brave citizens..

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    • Megan
    • 19/11/2019

    Beautifully written and narrated

    I loved this follow up story of Cilla as I had wondered what might have happened to her. Although it is harrowing and desperately sad, it is also one of triumph and survival. The reader is perfect for this book. Highly recommend