Distant music: a novel

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Chatto & Windus, Oct 1, 2001 - Fiction - 354 pages
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Award winning novelist Lee Langley’s evocative examination of Jewish heritage re-creates the same heroine – Esperanza, and her lover Emmanuel – through the ages. The pair take on new roles in each era, intriguing and enlightening readers with the Jewish perspective on significant moments in European history.

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User Review  - Ian Mapp - Goodreads

Can't think why I added this to my To Read List - but there it is, number 4 out of 100s to catch up on. It may have been because I enjoyed Ferny - a love story across the centuries. This has a similar ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rashmeet Kaur - Goodreads

Although I am not a love story lover, this book struck me as extraordinary. Its a beautiful tale of tragedy, love and struggle. Read full review

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