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A heart-warming story very well told. This book was a 'page-turner' for me. Hard to believe a woman wrote it as she captures the hero in such detail.Published 4 months ago by Pamelia D. Strayer
A wonderful story of a good man's journey and fulfillment. Very different than my usual reads. Sad and joyous. Get it!Published 5 months ago by jack goodman
Rose Tremain writes a fantastic novel about the immigrant experience. She follows one year in the life of Lev, an immigrant from some unknown Eastern European country, to London,... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Prof Lesa
A simple, very human story, well told. This book is an absorbing and affecting read about the life and fate of an east European economic immigrant to Britain.Published 13 months ago by Miriam Murcutt
I loved the way characters were fleshed out. Really made you care about them and sympathize with their trials and tribulationsPublished 14 months ago by Denmark
Excellent . Read this book in two days. I just could not wait to find out the fate of the characters .Published 14 months ago by teresa coll
different as Mars to Earth. A good read. Well drawn characters and a good story arc. Liked this book aPublished 15 months ago by Margo L Stevenson
Definitely well written, this is a touching story of isolation and assimilation, and ultimately, reinvention. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ruth Bain