Thursday, April 25, 2013

Don't Miss This One!

Sage Singer works through the night as a baker. She enjoys the opportunity to both express her creativity and avoid the pain of her mother’s death and her own disfigurement from an auto accident.

When Josef Weber, a 95 year old former German teacher walks into the bakery one day, slowly but surely an unlikely friendship develops.   The relationship undergoes a radical shift when one day Josef confesses a disgraceful secret; one that would shock the entire town and asks Sage for an unusual favor.

There are ethical ramifications with any decision she makes, but as she slowly delves into the mystery startling truths about her own familial history emerge.  With her life changing before her eyes with each alarming discovery Sage begins to question her motives, her values and the entire meaning of her life.

The Storyteller grips the reader from the first page to the last, a shocker that forces us to ask how well do we really know anyone and what are we truly capable of doing to get our own brand of justice.     

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Review by Karen H.      

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