Go Down to Silence by G.K. Belliveau

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Jacob Horowitz, a worn and bitter business tycoon, has never spoken to anyone about his experience of Nazi persecution during World War II - not even his recently deceased wife, Liza. Suddenly stricken with terminal cancer, the aging Jew receives an invitation from his old friend Pierre, a Gentile Christian and former Belgian underground operative, to pay him one last visit in Belgium. Jacob accepts, and determines to take along his estranged son Isaac. In this fast-paced, vivid historical account set alternately in war-torn Europe and today's United States, the consequences of war become clear. Momentous events push the hardened Horowitz toward reconciliation with his youngest son, with his past, with God, and with himself.

About G.K. Belliveau

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G.K. Belliveau is the author of the historical biography Say to This Mountain: The Life of James T. Jeremiah. He is a writing instructor at Cedarville University and holds a master's degree in English from Kent State University. Belliveau lives in Ohio with his wife, Patricia, and their daughter, Kaitlin.
Published February 5, 2001 by Multnomah Books. 352 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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For example, when Jacob is torn between the faith of his Christian protectors and the Jewish identity his mother insists he maintain, Belliveau renders each perspective sympathetically, helping readers understand why, in the face of this dilemma as well as wartime horrors, Jacob chooses, for most...

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