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As One Must, One Can

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Havah Gitterman, her husband Arel, their children, and surviving family and friends have settled into their lives in America, the turmoil and persecution of Eastern Europe behind them. Or is it? Although physically safe in their adopted country, the ghosts of the dead and the horrors of the past still haunt them.
While everything is up to date in 1908 Kansas City, bigotry a
Published December 3rd 2016 by Smashwords Edition
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Sarah Potter
Feb 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing

After reading the first two 5-star books in The Havah Gitterman Saga, I thought that Rochelle’s Wisoff-Field’s writing couldn’t get any better, but As One Must, One Can is her crowning achievement.

Until I read the first novel in the saga, set at the end of the 19th century, I’d no idea about the persecution and wholesale slaughter of Jews in Czarist Russia at the hands of so-called Christians who accused them of being “Christ killers”; and yet, it seems that what came later in World War 2, has o

Dale Rogerson
Jan 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Sigh... I tried to read as slowly as possible and yet couldn't help but gobble up the pages. Havah's story continues in this third and final book of the trilogy and did not disappoint. We call it Havah's story but there are so many people involved in her life in various ways that it becomes an ensemble cast, really. Not all is roses still for these immigrants but as each challenge in met, they get closer and closer to living the American Dream.

Some bits and pieces from the first two books come b
Diane Yates
Jun 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Having survived years of pogroms in Russia where members of her Jewish family were savagely killed and left those that lived with physical and emotional scars, Havah now lives in Kansas City with her husband, Arel, their blind daughter, Rachel, and a community of family and friends. Though life is somewhat more peaceful, the past haunts the present and threatens the future for Havah, her loved ones and friends. As One Must One Can is a story of determination, grit, and love—not just any love, bu ...more
Jeanie Loiacono
Dec 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Rochelle Wisoff-Fields has outdone herself once again. For those of us who have fallen in love with sweet Havah and her whole family, she opened the voyeuristic door to experience their lives as if we are in the very same room with them—scents, sights, sounds, the essence of her warm and loving home, the pain she endures with her leg, as well as the persecution of being Jewish, the love of a child and redemption of one gone astray. In As One Must, One Can, Rochelle proves to us just that. We all ...more
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