I do not usually write book reviews on this blog, but this book was too spectacular to not mention on here. I happened to see this book publicized on my goodreads and then I found it on the new bookshelf the last time that I went to the library. The storyline on the inside cover sounded intriguing enough, so I decided to give it a try.
This book follows a young woman, Sage Singer, who is a baker at a local bakery. She has lost both her father and her mother and attends grief counseling weekly. One week she meets an elderly man Josef Weber who becomes her friend. Their friendship is stretched to its breaking point when Josef makes a request of Sage that will haunt her. Sage must decide whether or not she will let her past dictate her future.
This is a gripping, honest story told exceptionally well. This story blew me away. It was captivating and emotional. There are parts of this story told about the Holocaust, which means that there is some difficult content. But it is necessary for the character to hear the story and to help make her decision.
This was a wonderful book and I highly recommend it. Even to you Dad. I know you don’t like fiction, but this one is worth it. If you find yourself with some extra time over your holiday, try to find this book. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did.