Two books in two weeks, unusual for me. This week I read "The Invisible Wall" by Harry Bernstein. And I loved it. There were a few (but not many) editorial errors that would normally bother me but the storytelling was so wonderful that they were easy to overlook.
It's a book about Harry's childhood as a young Jewish boy living in England before (and during) WW1. On one side of his road lived the Jews and the other, the Christians. Mostly divided by the "invisible wall" that ran down the middle of their cobblestone street, the families from both sides did come together on occasion. The unthinkable happened when Harry's sister fell in love with a Christian boy from across the street.
I plan on reading his next book, "The Dream."