Distant music: a novel
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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DISTANT MUSICUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Love transcends the eons in a story that travels the globe and tackles the repetitive nature of history.The Jewish Emmanuel, early in the fifteenth century, was 12 when he ran away to sea. Little did ... Read full review
Distant musicUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
In this well-crafted novel by the award-winning author of Persistent Rumours, a Jewish/Christian love story set largely in Portugal plays itself out over different time periods from 1429 to the ... Read full review