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CHAIM SCHLESSEL lost his family to the Holocaust more than sixty years ago. He vowed to embrace life and protect his own wife and children from his painful memories and harrowing experiences. Finding solace in his family, his painting and the healing effects of his wife's cooking, he has kept his nightmares at bay. But when a new neighbor unwittingly triggers the terrors o ...more
Paperback, 322 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Createspace
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Terri Weeding
Poles Apart is a story of human triumph. At the same time, it's a story about the adverse effects of "not talking about the elephant in the room." It features delicious characters and equally delicious food. I love a book where you learn about history, human nauture, culture, and you can practically taste the food!
The characters are endearing. The story is compelling. Read it!
Deborah
So far I adore this book , it really speaks to our human need to belong and understand our families.
Michelle Picard
The writing is superbly clean. The characters amazingly drawn. Don't pass this one by.
Natalie
Zero plot. One of the boringest books I've ever read.
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