By J.J. Gesher
Shortly after Orthodox Jewish Brooklynite Jacob Fischer places his younger kinfolk on a bus to go to kinfolk, the bus explodes in a beautiful act of terrorism. HIs religion shattered, Jacob flees the comforts of his neighborhood and disappears. He winds up in a predominantly black city in rural Alabama, the place he meets Rosie, the only mom of a tender son. Their constructing dating, besides the rekindling of his love of tune, precipitate occasions that might swap either their lives. This debut novel is a robust page-turner that follows a posh guy on a trip of salvation after tragedy.
J.J. Gesher is the pen identify for co-authors Joyce Gittlin and Janet B. Fattal. jointly, Janet and Joyce have gained a number of prestigious screenwriting awards, together with the Geller Prize and the Screenwriting Award on the Austin movie pageant. Their first screenwriting collaboration used to be produced as a life-time tv feature.
Joyce Gittlin has written and directed such tv indicates as Wings, Frasier, and Everybody Loves Raymond and has written greater than ten function movies for Disney, Paramount, and twentieth Century Fox. She has an MFA from NYU.
Janet B. Fattal has a masters in Comparative Literature from UCLA and has taught literature and writing on the university point. The editor of numerous memoirs, Janet leads many Los Angeles–area ebook teams, together with for the Skirball Cultural heart, Hadassah, and the Brandeis alumni organization. The co-authors either reside in Los Angeles.
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