This debut novel is a page-turning journey through current America, a celebration of our commonality and diversity.
After a childhood of rebellion, Jacob Fisher has grown to find strength and comfort in his Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn—especially in the home he’s made with his wife and their young children. In one stunning moment, the life he knows ends. Jacob’s world crushes him, and he flees in anguish.
Jacob finds himself in a predominantly African American town in rural Alabama, where he meets Rosie, the single mother of a young son. Their friendship, along with the rekindling of his love of music, precipitates events that will change both their lives.
This captivating debut novel tells an inspiring story of finding courage after tragedy—and of the restorative power of human connection.
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