I'd like to have your thoughts on her world-wide famous diary as well as her tales (if you got the chance to read them). Her diary is such a big source of information on world-war II, and the horrible way the Nazis treated the Jews... but also how Anne and her family and family's friends had to hide and the conditions of their lives... that book is so eye-opening, it's extremely interesting but also very depressing... I absolutely hate the end, how it was so close to be over and they still got caught, I find it to be so unfair and revolting... after reading the story of those people it's very shocking, even though you kind of expect it. But her diary is not only that, it's also the story a young teenager growing up, her thoughts on this world and its people, her feelings about life, love, family, friendship... it's very touching. She was very mature for her age (13-15) and understood many things that most people that age didn't... she was even more mature than the adults around her for many things, but still was a child somewhere, and needed to mature a bit for a few things... She had a talent for writing, and her diary was very important to her. She was hoping that it would be found after the war and released.