Philadelphia attorney David Gold has never done a daring thing in his life-until he meets Jacob Feig, a survivor of Auschwitz who stands accused of murder.
"In the end, "Feig" is really David Gold's book. As he listens to the stories of survivors, he emerges from his safe isolation-and his insistence that they share their hardest, deepest secrets leads to a deeper connection to the world."
-Simone Zelitch, author of "Louisa" and Assistant Chair of Literature and Creative Writing, Community College of Philadelphia
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This novel enlightens, reminding the reader that even in the midst of the worst tragedies, humanity can transcend, finding in others the strength that is needed to go on. It is a story which poignantly explores the bonds of family and friendship. Feig is revelatory, showing the reader: that everything is connected, that we belong to a larger family, and that sometimes friends can take monumental roles in our lives, placing them squarely within our family, the human family.