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A moving and often heartbreaking glimpse into how the suffering of those imprisoned in the Nazi death camps didn't end with their liberation
Soazig Aaron was born in Rennes. She lived in Paris for several years, working in a bookshop, and now lives in Brittany. For this, her first novel (published in France as Le non de Klara), she was awarded the Prix Emmanuel-Robl s and a Goncourt scholarship.
"A gift from heaven, a marvel of good writing, an unashamed and inventive approximation to the unbearable weight of memory. I have been waiting for some time for an account like Refusal. I did not expect this quality and had not dared hope for it... Soon only fiction - that is the paradox, the mystery of literature - will be able to not merely bring to life, but also enrich this memory" -- Jorge Semprun * Nouvel Observateur * "The most remarkable, awake-all-night-to-finish read" -- Antonia Fraser * Sunday Telegraph, Books of the Year *