There are a few spots in this book with some bad language and of course, dealing with the subject matter of the prison camp, highly adult topics. But, overall, most of the scenes that could be very graphic and ugly are handled with care and taste. You feel the angst without having to have it graphically described, which I appreciated.
This story of Lale and Gita is one of triumph in the midst of horror. If you love stories of love and survival from the WWII era, you will enjoy this book!