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That being said, this is my favorite source of information about the holocaust yet. Upon awakening, Rachel drugs Samara with sleeping pills and places her in the bath to temporarily drown Aidan in order to exorcise her. Jake Pierce is on his seventh day as per the tape's rules, and asks his friend Emily to watch the tape. Suddenly, Jake notices dark liquid pouring from under the kitchen door and runs outside to the living room, only to discover Emily closed her eyes while watching the tape.

Rachel Keller and her son, Aidan, have moved to Astoria from Seattle after sending the tape off into the ether. This book deserves a place among memoirs such as Night, and should be read by anyone who believes in love or survival. He soon starts developing hypothermia and bruises on his arms. The descriptive yet simple words really touch your emotions as a reader.

Finding herself in the bottom of the well Samara died in, Rachel discovers the lid is partially open. Jake is then promptly murdered by Samara.

Rachel takes him home but they are attacked by wild deer on the way. Hearing Aidan's voice, Rachel falls off the cliff and falls into the water, returning to the real world and reuniting with Aidan. Max enters, seeing her drowning Aidan instead, and forces her to take her son to the hospital. While Rachel is attempting to give Aidan a bath, he develops an irrational fear of water. Unfortunately, it is also there where her love is taken away, ripped apart as Jews are forced into concentration camps.

Finding herself in the bottom of

Rachel arrives, discovering an affectionate Aidan waiting for her, but acting suspiciously out-of-character. She scales the well's walls, pursued by Samara, but escapes by climbing out and pushing the lid shut on Samara, locking her out of her and Aidan's lives. The story follows that of Millie Werber, as she starts off in a small ghetto before being ushered to work in a factory. This story is truly one that I could not put down, and almost couldn't believe.

Werber tells the tale of how she time and again eluded death when it seemed to be lurking behind every corner during her imprisonment at Auschwitz. Rachel breaks into Jake's house, obtains the videotape and burns it. She learned how to overcome the horrific past she had lived through and how to make her future worth living. Jake receives a phone call and initially thinks it is Samara but is relieved to realize it is only his friend with whom he had planned to trick Emily into watching the tape.

Jake is then promptly murdered by

Aidan experiences a nightmare where Samara drags him into a television. Rachel realizes Aidan may be possessed by Samara. Temple to commit suicide before returning to Max's house. My heart wrenched as hers did and quite simply, I could not put this book down. The intended audience is both intermediate and advanced readers.

Max arrives, suspects foul play, and tries to secretly take photos of Aidan. The words used to describe her journey really touched my emotions while reading.