This book, Man's Search for meaning is an excellent non-fiction book written by Victor Franklin. My father always keeps telling stories from this book to me right from my childhood. This is a book for those who are very impatient in their life towards everything.
This book is an autobiography of Sir Victor E Franklin who was a psychatrist and a professor in phsychology. This is one of the 10 most influential books in the library worldwide and has been entitled under 'Survey of Lifetime Readers'. Victor Franklin in this book has told the story of the three years he spent as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, where he discovered that the will to find meaning in life motivates human existence. He narrates how he overcame his weakness of responding to the torture given in the Nazi concentration camp even after he was an eye witness of dealth of his entire family. He developed a revolutionized theory of existentialist approach to psychotherapy. His theroies are really difficult to follow though, but once you start following you will see the miracles happening in your life.
Usually it is very hard to forgive and forget the bad that has happened to us isn't it? But Victor Franklin has mentioned only those theories that he has inculcated in his every day life especially when he was in the Nazi cell. This book is suitable for any age graoup. The younger you are the better it is to read this book so that once you grow up you will inculcate the existential theory in your blood.
This book is available in softcover and costs around $4.08. I have gifted one copy of this to my loving father who is a big fan of Victor Franklin. You can purchase it from any offline stores or at ebay. I owuld recommend you all read this book like a text book and inculcate his theories in your life.