"Passionate, wise, and wonderfully rich, this remarkable debut, spanning generations and continents, will pull you into its vivid, dramatic world from the very first page. With an unerring sense of what makes a great story, Rosenbaum guides her varied cast through enormous changes - external, internal, even corporeal - as they grapple with the big issues: faith, identity, and culture." ”
—Christina Schwarz, Author of Drowning Ruth & All is Vanity
Lisa Pearl Rosenbaum is the author of A Day of Small Beginnings (Little, Brown & Co. 2006), a novel set in contemporary Poland in which three generations of an American family wrestle with their hidden history. She lives and writes in Los Angeles. A...
Lisa’s Favorite Books
In the Memory of the Forest, Brokeback Mountain, Buddenbrooks, Interpreter of Maladies, Beloved Marriage - A Duet,