At God's Mercy

  • by L. L. Fine
  • Narrated by Patrick Conn
  • 5 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Can you escape your past's ghosts?
Poland, World War II. A desperate young Jewish woman sacrifices her life to save her baby twins from the terrible death that awaits them.
Decades later, in New York, Rabbi Jeremiah Neumann discovers the existence of his long lost twin. He rushes headlong to meet him - but is shocked to discover that his identical twin is a priest.
The two brothers travel to Poland to find out who they truly are. Minute by minute, they uncover the terrible secret of their bloodcurdling heritage. A long-dormant evil is resurrected, and once again threatens to take the twins' lives. Will they survive the new storm?
At God's Mercy is a captivating book that is hard to put down. It will take you deep behind the frontiers of human atrocity, where cruelty meets courage, and faith meets fate. Its chilling storyline bites hard at religious establishment and raises hard questions regarding Judaism, Christianity, human nature, faith, and existence.


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Nature VS Nurture ?

German twins are separated at birth. They are each adopted by separate families. One raised in a Jewish household , the other in a Christian family. They meet later in life after learning they have a twin. The differences are immediately evident , of course . But what is interesting are the similarities. I loved everything about this book. I had no favorite character, as I believe all were very good and kind people. The narration was very well suited for this book. Even those who are not into WWII stories will enjoy this book, as that is definitely not the focus of this book. Would recommend to everyone. At God's Mercy gives you hope that different religious beliefs need not lead to hatred as long as their beliefs are for mankind.
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- On The Darkside "Love mysteries, suspense, psychological or medical thrillers. Horror , I order sugar sweet books for my husband. *Note: not for kiddos."

Great book!

Very much enjoyed this book. Not your typical story either which I very much liked. The whole twins separated and adopted by two seperate families one Jewish and one Christian is interesting. The fact that both grow up to be leaders of their religion is also different. To have them meet again 52 yr late and deal with not only their shared separation issues but then their issues of whether they are truly Jewish or Christian from birth and what does that mean? Oh that had me. I am Christian and worked in a synagogue for many years and I found our differences to be at times very hard. So this book was very interesting indeed. Very much enjoyed it. Wish we could have had more on his older daughters back ground childhood dreams and their disconnect over her joining the army. As well as more back ground on both but that's just me. Just a lot of information not given us and we are left to guess at. Still a good story. I received this book free of charge in order to give an honest review.
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- Tanya M. Spiegel

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-18-2016
  • Publisher: L. L. Fine