Sown in Tears Best Read || [Beverly Magid], Sown in Tears, Beverly Magid, Sown in Tears The novel is set in Russia Anti semitism is virulent and most Jews are confined to live in the Settlement of Pale After an attack of the village of Koritz Leah Peretz survives but is left alone to care for her two young children Her life is complicated by the unexpected attentions of the Russian officer Captain Vaselik Can she trust him Should she allow herselThe novel is set Sown in Tears Best Read || [Beverly Magid] - Sown in Tears, Sown in Tears The novel is set in Russia Anti semitism is virulent and most Jews are confined to live in the Settlement of Pale After an attack of the village of Koritz Leah Peretz survives but is left alone

  • Title: Sown in Tears
  • Author: Beverly Magid
  • ISBN: 9781478104575
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback

Sown in Tears Best Read || [Beverly Magid] Sown in Tears Best Read || [Beverly Magid] - Sown in Tears, Sown in Tears The novel is set in Russia Anti semitism is virulent and most Jews are confined to live in the Settlement of Pale After an attack of the village of Koritz Leah Peretz survives but is left alone

  • Sown in Tears Best Read || [Beverly Magid]
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Sown in Tears

About "Beverly Magid"

  1. Beverly Magid

    Beverly Magid, before writing her novel, was a journalist and an entertainment and celebrity PR executive, who interviewed many luminaries, including John Lennon, Jim Croce and the Monty Python gang, and as a publicist represented clients in music, tv and film, ranging from Whoopi Goldberg, John Denver and Dolly Parton to Tom Skerritt, Martin Landau, Kathy Ireland and Jacqueline Bisset.Beverly is a longtime west coast resident but still considers herself a New Yorker She is an active member of Jewish World Watch, a California based organization, which works to end genocide and is on the ground in Africa helping to aid and educate the victims of war atrocities.She s a news and political junkie and supports environmental, animal and human rights issues In her spare time, she has been mentoring elementary children in reading as well as volunteering at the Los Angeles Zoo, working with the Research Department in observing animal behavior.

567 thoughts on “Sown in Tears”

  1. Where I got the book review copy received from author.Leah s village is devastated and her husband killed during a pogrom in 1905 Russia As Jews are despised by the Russian peasants, the villagers have few resources to help Leah and her children and she accepts a job cooking for the local contingent of peace keeping soldiers, who look down on her All except captain Vaselik, and it soon becomes clear that his interest in her is due to physical attraction rather than mere altruism view spoiler The [...]


  2. Sown in Tears is a pretty good historical I enjoyed the historical descriptions and details of what it was like in 1905 Russia and for what it was like for those of the Jewish faith I just could not imagine the struggles and terror they had experienced during those times The story did have some scenes that were a little harder to get through, but mostly I had no trouble wanting to keep turning the pages I give it 4 1 2 stars I hope to read by Beverly Magid in the future I received this book fro [...]


  3. Summary Rural village of Koritz, Russia 1905 Leah and her husband Morris and sons Benny and Joseph, are awakened in the night by the sound of guns firing and people screaming They scurry out of their beds and hide in a cellar It is a night of terror for the Jewish settlement of Koritz The survivors will be left with painful and bitter memories Leah with resilience scrounges to feed her sons She is desperate to provide food and shelter and security for her family.Captain Ivan Vaselik is in charge [...]


  4. Sown in Tearswill have you gripped from the first sentence This exciting, fast paced novel takes all the elements of romance, family love, friendship and loyalty and places them into the fascinating setting of a small Jewish settlement in Russia in 1905.The scene is set when strong minded Leah, her two young sons Benny and Joseph and her good but coldly orthodox husband Morris hide in their cellar as a destructive rampage by anti Semitic peasants, who use the Jews as scapegoats for their country [...]



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