Heather Morris in Ely

Saturday 26th October

  • Venue St Peter's Church, Broad Street, Ely, CB7 4AH
  • Doors open 3.40pm
  • Start time 4pm
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1942. Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp. Every day is a battle for existence for the sixteen-year-old prisoner Cilka Klein but, under unimaginable conditions, she discovers inner resources that offer courage, even love. Cilka’s Journey is the breathtaking sequel to the bestselling The Tattooist of Auschwitz. The book offers powerful testament to the triumph of the human will in adversity, tearing at the heartstrings to leave little but hope. And hope will have to be enough as Cilka’s determination to survive against seemingly impossible odds remains steadfast and undiminished. “A touching and redemptive tale of love and selflessness”: Times Literary Supplement on The Tattooist of Auschwitz

Toppings of Ely are proud to be able to welcome Heather Morris as she reveals intimate details of the book’s genesis, set against our own resilience in turbulent times.