Présentation de l'éditeur
Salomon has experienced his fair share of hard times, especially with his Jewish ethnicity. Due to his personal experiences during the Second World War, his days and nights are filled with the memories of screams and the train’s whistles that carried Salomon and his beloved wife to one of the most brutal concentration camps in Poland.
After breaking his hip, he ends up in Farmington Hills Nursing Home, and it is here where he meets a man by the name of Charles Langley. Charles also had personal experiences during the war but on a completely different level. As time goes on, the two begin helping each other cope with their new existence in the home; a type of help neither man intended. However, the day comes when they realize they have more in common than ever imagined.
They also learn that everyone in this home has a story, a background, and the revelations made become some of the most remarkable coincidences as they meet their fellow residents.
From the horror in Auschwitz to life in the state of Tennessee, this story catapults you from World War II to the year 2000, and along the way, you learn how these two men’s minds never let them forget all of the days in between.