When she was a child, her father said that he had "good blood." It was why he survived and healed. The author searched for the definition and significance of her father's words over two continents and through four generations.
Written by the child of survivors of the Holocaust, this two-volume set is a quest into the depth of the human spirit. It is, as well, a rich family memoir, deeply personal, sharing pain and pleasure, confusion and enlightenment, fear and forgiveness, and encompassing the themes of life, love, death, loss, purpose, overcoming fear, and a topic in common with every reader, complicated family relationships.
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