WORLDS APART by Miriam Sobel

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WORLDS APART is an engrossing novel about a family whose lives are impacted by World War II. It depicts two brothers in America, Zalman and Jacob, who face, in their affluent lives, deceit, romantic and business betrayal, and bitterness.Meanwhile, their sister, Galina, struggles to escape the Nazis in Poland, and later, in war-torn Russia, forges a deep and lasting bond with her husband, and young daughter.The action alternates between Europe and the United States, contrasting the lives of the brothers, Zalman and Jacob, with their sister, Galina, in Poland and Russia.Just as terror threatens our lives today, the reader is transported to a time in history when Hitler, and his evil minions, spread death and destruction.Can Galina, and her husband, Adam, and baby, Marysia, survive the Nazis and Stalin's tyranny?Can Galina's brothers in America, Zalman and Jacob, overcome their family problems and reconcile?Will Galina be reunited with her brothers, Zalman and Jacob, in the United States?

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Published April 22, 2008 by iUniverse. 364 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Romance, War. Fiction

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