Don’t Ever Say You’re Walking Your Last Path
A piercing tale about music, love, betrayal and hatred. The story is narrated by the soul of a Jewish pianist, who died while in custody of the KGB. This soul now dwells in an old piano that was appropriated from conquered Nazi Germany and conveys to a young girl the musical motifs of a Yiddish civilization long gone.
“Michael, you have pleased me greatly by sending this beautiful novel! It’s written beautifully.”
“Do not give up on this wondrous occupation.”
“You’re a success!”
-Igor Guberman, prominent Russian-Israeli writer