The Gypsy Man by Ronald Florence

The Gypsy Man

byRonald Florence

Kobo ebook | May 7, 2012

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The Gypsy Man is a novel of the gypsy holocaust, a story of obsession, love, revenge—a tale of the gypsies' unique experience in the Nazi extermination camps, of one man's decision to avenge those experiences and to make his story heard, and of one woman's decision to defy boundaries and help him.

"Only when you read two or three new books a week for five or six years do you realize how truly rare a novel like this is. The Gypsy Man is a story. It's the kind of story that, when you were young, your mother might have let you check out of the library's adult section. She'd know it would be all right for a curious kid to read because the binding would be well broken, the pages well thumbed, and that telltale red line denoting explicit sex [would be] absent. Above all, the library would have reassured her that The Gypsy Man was rooted in history, the research authentic, its author had taught at Harvard, and — this is difficult to put into words, because it really is rare — the characters depicted here appear to be real, like human beings. Not squalid human beings, or fancy ones, or even smart ones. Just real ones."
— Carolyn See, The Los Angeles Times

Title:The Gypsy ManFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 7, 2012Publisher:Ronald FlorenceLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0985524049

ISBN - 13:9780985524043

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