The turmoil, terror and betrayal of their escape from Poland at the start of World War II lead us into this tale of hatred and forgiveness between father and son.
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About the Author
Once a painter, Andrew Potok turned to writing in his middle years.� His first book, Ordinary Daylight, received national acclaim and was followed by a novel, My Life with Goya, then a scholarly look into the fascinating world of disability, A Matter of Dignity. He lives in Vermont with his wife, Loie, and his guide dog, Gabriel.