The Invisible Wall

The Invisible Wall

by Harry Bernstein

Jodi Roberts: Beautifully written memoir that picks you up and puts you right in the middle of the lives of the poor Jews and Christians in a mill town. The conflict, the friendships, and the secret, forbidden love are all deftly managed and beautifully described. Amazing clarity from a remarkable author.
Rating: *****

Sherri Soriano: It has been a long time that I lost all track of time while reading a book. This book grabbed me from the very beginning. On the eve of W.W.I, in a small English mill town, Harry Bernstein's family struggles to make ends meet. They are separated by an "invisible wall" that divides Jewish families on one side of the street from Christian families on the other. I can't wait to read the sequel, "The Dream"
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