Journey Into No Man’s Land at the Rochester Hills Public Library

Author and Holocaust survivor lrene Miller comes to the Rochester Hills Public Library to share her harrowing story of survival and determination as told in her book, Into No Man’s Land, Thursday, September 25 at 7:00 p.m.

Miller invites you to come on this odyssey alongside her, as you’ll sleep in the winter under the open sky, freeze in a Siberian labor camp where the bears come to your door, scavenge in Uzbekistan for boiled grass and onions, and shiver with malaria.

Back of her book photo

lrene Miller

“Sharing my survival journey, shedding a light on this dark chapter of history is my mission in life now,” said Miller, an author, speaker and educator. “Only by understanding what, and how it happened, can we hope to prevent such atrocities from occurring again.”

Though her trails were long, difficult and bleak, Miller has emerged from her Holocaust experience as a positive, creative and accomplished woman.

“The library is always proud to give a voice to those with important and impactful stories to share. Miller’s courage and resilience in the face of the horrors of the Holocaust serve as an important reminder to us all about the strength in love and positivity,” said Community Relations Specialist Amanda Harrison Keighley.

The program is September 25 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room and is open to everyone with an RHPL library card. This program is geared toward adults but all ages are welcome. Please register in advance at

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