A compelling novel that will give you not only hope, but simple tools for a better life.
In 1920's France, 16-year old Gitty loses herself in a secular book given to her by a friend and forgets her mother's instructions to watch her three year old brother, Moishy. When Moishy disappears as the result of his sister's negligence, it sets off a chain reaction that travels through three generations.
And in modern-day Israel, Tova, a pastry chef whose husband is in a coma, begins teaching a professional baking course to buy time for her dreams,
and step back from her daughter Naomi and their enmeshed relationship.
Does a tainted, guilty past mean an eternally guilty future for Gitty?
Will dangerously blurred boundaries spell the end of Tova's and Naomi's once healthy relationship?
Is there a way out? Is there any hope?
, by popular novelist and therapist Atara Hefetz, explores the crucial strengths and devastating weaknesses we all possess.
It is a compelling drama that will give you not only hope, but simple tools for a better life.