I almost finished Stephen Covey and am still working on Jesus the Christ and Sherlock Holmes, but I've read a few extras on the side. Just this week, I read Night by Elie Wiesel. I hadn't even heard of it, but a friend at work recommended it, so I reserved a copy from the library and read the whole thing within 36 hours.
My friend told me she liked Night even better than The Diary of Anne Frank, but I don't think I can say that. The story if of Elie's experience living through the Holocaust his time in several concentration camps and is as heart-wrenching and disturbing as any WWII memoir I've ever read. His honesty about his experience and the emotions he went through as a 16-year-old Jewish boy reminded me of the terror that the world experienced at the hands of Nazi Germany. I think it's valuable to be reminded of it from time to time so we remember how far humanity slipped and how fragile life truly is.
I think the only reason I prefer Anne Frank or The Hiding Place over this book is because Elie openly admits that the Holocaust destroyed his faith. As a person of deep faith myself, it made me sad to read that. I don't think anyone can blame a victim of such horrible events for losing some faith, but I personally believe that our loving Father in Heaven is always there, even when He seems far away. With that being said, this is a book I would still recommend reading. But some of the details are very raw and somewhat graphic, so keep that in mind before you start.