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Ester's Child
by Jean Sasson

Overview - Read ESTER’S CHILD by New York Times best-selling author Jean Sasson to learn why Arabs and Jews are united in bitterness.

In this spellbinding novel, the international bestselling author of Princess brings together a striking cast of characters, revealing deep layers and varieties of love and hate seldom seen in popular fiction.  Read more...


 
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Overview
Read ESTER’S CHILD by New York Times best-selling author Jean Sasson to learn why Arabs and Jews are united in bitterness.

In this spellbinding novel, the international bestselling author of Princess brings together a striking cast of characters, revealing deep layers and varieties of love and hate seldom seen in popular fiction.

Jewish Holocaust survivors Joseph & Ester Gale have lost most of their family members to the infamous gas chambers of Auschwitz and Treblinka, yet they continue to defy death for the dream of a Jewish State.

Palestinian refugees George and Mary Antoun are forced to flee their home in Haifa to raise their only child in the squalor of Shatila refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon.

Former S.S. officer Friedrich Kleist and his wife Eva survive Germany’s bitter loss in World War II only to have the long shadow of their Nazi past return to haunt them and their beautiful daughter, Christine.

By tethering the lives of these three families, all tossed into the maelstrom of war’s terrors, JEAN SASSON proclaims the tenderness of great love and exposes the consuming passions of war. But in the end, the force of love overturns the claims of war and blood.

JEAN SASSON’s talent for delving into the deepest corners of the human condition has produced a stunning novel, and reviewers agree!


 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780967673738
  • ISBN-10: 0967673739
  • Publisher: Windsor-Brooke Books
  • Publish Date: January 2010
  • Page Count: 448


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