Stealing The Borders: A Warm, Witty & Outrageous Autobiography

Stealing The Borders: A Warm, Witty & Outrageous Autobiography

by Elliot Rais

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Overview

Stealing The Borders: A Warm, Witty & Outrageous Autobiography by Elliot Rais

He stole the borders; he'll steal your heart.

"One of best books I've read this year, amusing, witty, down to earth" - Ivor Davis / New York Times

An intimate, Humorous Tale of a Thrilling Escape From childhood. He wanted a party, they threw him a circumcision. He wanted sour cream, he got bugs.

Stealing the Borders is a witty survivor story about a boy who grew up experiencing German bombs, chills of Siberia, and life in a refugee camp. - Then came the real test - the chaotic streets of New York.

As he had no schooling till the age of 16, Rais developed an extraordinary instinct for survival and an uncanny perspective that allows him to see the wry side of every situation. Laugh with him, as you read the inspiring story of his escape from war-torn Europe and eventual success in the United States.

Don't try to tell him he had a deprived childhood he's convinced it was a privilege! Follow his hilarious antics in his warm and touching autobiography.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781467901574
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/04/2012
Pages: 300
Sales rank: 848,524
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.63(d)
Age Range: 1 - 17 Years

About the Author

Elliot Rais worked at IBM's Advanced Systems Development Division, taught at universities, founded businesses designed and built homes and has been issued various patents, Including patent #4,475,009 "Method and Device for Remotely Controlling Telephone Call Forwarding. Elliot lives in Manhattan, enjoys diversity and is always ready to embrace the next challenge or adventure.

What People are Saying About This

Leslie Schwartz

Stealing The Borders will steal your heart.

Ken Dancyger

...a gentle mix of Mordechai Richler's The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz and Elia Kazan's America America. A wonderful read. A movie waiting to happen.

Jackie Mason

It made me cry. It made me laugh. It was so good, I can't believe I didn't write it myself.

Ivor Davis

It's one of the best books I've read this year, amusing, witty and down to earth. Great cinematic appeal. Hollywood should grab it fast.

Barbara Greenspan

...beautifully written and thoroughly entertaining. I can't wait to read your next one.

Madeline Kahn

...Fascinating. It's hard to put it down.

Albert Ellis Ph.D.

...absorbing, amusing, and philosophically worthwhile reading ... a rare talent ... Throw yourself into this fascinating life history...

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