A Tale of Love and Darkness by Amos Oz is an autobiography, about the author’s childhood in Jerusalem and his teenage years in Kibbutz Hulda
When Surrender by Bono was published, I knew it was a must-read for me. I immediately took a liking to the format, 40 chapters each one relates to a U2 song
The brothers were moved between several work camps, including Auschwitz managing to survive due to their ability to fix watches and a good amount of chutzpah
A biography of the talented actor about career, family & charity work. Mr. Siniseis appreciated just as much for his work with American wounded veterans.
The story of the small village and its surroundings were responsible for saving thousands of people during World War II who were on the Gestapo’s wanted list
Even though Across Many Mountain Freedom by Yangzom Brauen tackles some complex subjects, the writing is simple, eloquent and the story is readable
Mark Twain spent years writing his autobiography in many forms – essays, transcripts, transcribing and notes producing an immense, and amazing body of work.
A 2006 memoir of Ms. Gilbert which chronicles her trip around the world after her divorce and takes the reader with on her journey of self discovery.