I just realized that I forgot to finish my posts on The Lost. Wow such a good book. Such an eye opener to the horrors and atrocities of the Holocaust. We always say the Holocaust that happened then, but the author makes such a good case that the Holocaust and its affects continue to ripple across time and space. He interviews survivors, their children and grandchildren their neighbors and their friends. He touches on the survivors mental state and strain something I had never considered. In all I would recommend this book, not to youth, not to the squeamish but definitely to those who are searching for the story behind the facts.