The Kadosh of Tirnau
An exquisite book, an unforgettable tale!
The year is 1369 - winds of change blow through the European continent and the Jewish People cower in fear. Spain is wracked with pogroms and bloodshed and their future is uncertain. In faraway Hungary, there is relative - and tentative - peace, but darkness and destruction lurk just around the corner. What has become of Prince Ordan, the heir-apparent to the Hungarian throne? How has his instantaneous attachment to the newly appointed rav of Tirnau, Hungary, contributed to the prince's sudden, strange disappearance? And who is the mysterious visitor who arrives at the palace bearing devastating news? This captivating historical novel is woven with intricate detail and vivid color. Here, you will be drawn into the story of one man's courage and faith in his struggle against evil and falsehood. This is the moving, stirring tale of the exalted Kadosh of Tirnau.
|Misc Description||The living room fades into oblivion; the lights dim; and all that is left are the stirring, beckoning words on the page. Yes, this is one of those novels, the kind that draw you in and captivate you long after the final page has been devoured, savored, and re-read. Alternately rejoice and weep with the courageous protagonist whose faith marks him forever as the remarkable Kadosh of Tirnau.|
|Dimensions||6.1 x 9.2|
|Binding type||Hard Cover|
|Number of pages||298|
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