This is the ultimate book of hope. Frankl was a psychiatrist, neurologist, and Holocaust survivor, and in the book he recounts his experiences of surviving the concentration camps. It’s about how he — and others — managed to live in a situation where hope was being deliberately stamped out by those in control. It’s beautiful, insightful, tragic, extremely humbling, and it definitely leaves you hopeful. —caitlinm50
Frankl was a Holocaust survivor who lost his wife and children while imprisoned in a concentration camp. This book is a memoir of his experience and how he found freedom within himself despite the horrific circumstances. He writes, "the last of man's freedoms — to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances." —kabauer
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