Night Trilogy by Elie Wiesel

"Translated from the French. Consisting of a memoir, translated by Marion Wiesel, and two novels: Night -- Dawn -- Day. Presents Holocaust survivor Elie Weisel's account of his experiences as a young boy with his father in the Auschwitz concentration camp, and features two novels, including Dawn in which a young man, living in Palestine after World War II as a member of a Jewish underground movement, has misgivings when ordered to execute a British hostage, and Day, in which a successful journalist and Holocaust survivor, involved in an automobile accident, questions the meaning and worth of living." (from Follett)