This highly acclaimed book tells the story of Anne Frank and her
family, putting the famous diary into a much fuller context. It is
little known that Anne's sister Margot also kept a diary, which did
not survive. Having painted a revealing picture of the Franks'
lives in Germany and Amsterdam, Barry Denenberg creates a
remarkable and carefully researched fictional diary from Margot's
viewpoint, offering a fresh perspective on the two years in the
secret annexe. He then lets the authentic voices of concentration
camp survivors tell the horrifying reality of the last months and
days of Anne and Margot's lives.
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