A Rose for Reuben

  • by Robert Rietti
  • Narrated by Robert Rietti
  • 3 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Remarkable true stories of Holocaust survivors who through mysterious turns of fate have met the loved ones they have lost or glimpsed goodness in their persecutors. Through faith, inner belief and wondrous hope they have learned to rejoin the broken threads of their lives.


What the Critics Say

"It is not often that a volume of Holocaust short stories makes you feel uplifted and optimistic, but Robert Rietti's collection of around 50 true tales does just that. Anyone who might doubt the existence of God has their faith rekindled." (Lyn Julius in the magazine Sameah).


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Customer Reviews

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Hard subject to review

These stories are a mix of faith, hope, love and compassion surrounded by and mixed with hate and death. This is a hard subject to review because it is hard to say uplifting or positive and fully mean those sentiments. The stories do show the amazing power of the human spirit to rise above grim circumstances and find positives in a very negative situation. The stories tend to be very short and you dont get to know the subjects very well in the short amount of time you get to spend with them in their stories but the messages can be strong. Well worht listening to
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- danny lawrence

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-03-2012
  • Publisher: The Story Circle Ltd