Author: Elie Wiesel
Page Count: 114
Night was excellent, but Night was non-fiction. Dawn was pretty good, but Dawn had a decent story line. Day was just okay, mostly because the story line took a bit of a back seat and it was much more philosophical than its predecessor.
Still, I’m glad that I read the trilogy even if it’s weird that it consists of both fiction and non-fiction, and I’m glad that I buddy read it. I’ll probably read some more of Wiesel’s stuff at a later date, but I’m not in any particular rush, especially because this was a disappointing end.