Order your copy of Returning now, and save $10 off the cover price!
The trade-paperback version of Returning will sell for $19.95 when it goes on sale to the general public in September. But until August 15, you can order your copy for only $9.95—half the cover price!
The hardcover edition of Returning will sell for $28.95 in September—but you can get your copy now for only $16.95, more than 40% less. And as a special bonus for people who buy the hardcover now, we will ship your book as soon as you order it, so you can get your copy well before publication date.
These prices are valid only until August 15, 2018, and are available only to U.S. customers. We offer inexpensive shipping via USPS Media Mail, and— for the hardcover edition only—optional Priority Mail shipping so you can get your copy of Returning even faster.
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Where does memory go
when it cannot be spoken?
Now we know: It goes on to haunt future generations. It passes unscathed through temperatures that can melt iron and reduce bone to ash. And somewhere far removed in space and decades into the future, a stranger wakes out of a sound sleep with an inexplicable nightmare and a despair so deep as to negate life itself.
A haunting and compelling exploration of the choices we make in a choiceless time
At seventeen, Alex was torn from his home and deported to Auschwitz. He outlived his family, his faith, and his culture. His memory filled with the death of a people, unable to speak of what he had done to survive, he was locked in the silent prison of his guilt. This unforgettable and breathtakingly powerful book follows Alex on his journey from the flames of Birkenau to atonement, transformation, and redemption.
Returning is a haunting and compelling exploration of the choices we make in a choiceless time, the terrifying strength and burden of the will to survive, and the power of the human spirit to transcend even its own destruction. This book will leave you changed forever.
-Chaya Rosen, author of In the Shadow of God.
Returning is a must-read for those wishing to embark on a profound, painful, but ultimately hopeful journey into the human soul.
– Yael Unterman, author of Nehama Leibowitz, Teacher and Bible Scholar and The Hidden of Things: Twelve Stories of Love & Longing.
Links to Educational Materials
Author website: https://www.yaelshahar.com.
Reader’s Guide: Questions for readers to ponder as they progress through the book: https://www.yaelshahar.com/readers/returning-discussion-topics//
- Moral and Religious dilemmas in the Holocaust: Topics for group discussion based on dilemmas raised in the book: https://www.yaelshahar.com/moral-dilemmas-holocaust/.
- Reflections and Resources on T’shuvah: Topis for discussion on T’shuvah, supplemented by Jewish sources that can serve as a basis for deeper learning. https://www.yaelshahar.com/readers/reflections-resources-tshuvah-free-download/
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