On a Möbius Strip
Following the success of his first novel, “Hobbes’ Hunt”, this is Leonid Rivkin’s second novel by published by Liberty Publishing House. The author presents a saga, describing the travails of three generations Soviet Jews in Latvia, Belorussia and in labor camp in Urals mountains.
The Möbius strip is utilized by the author as a symbolic link that retains our civilization via the lives and tragedies of individual heroes. Troubles await the people and nations who are devoid of this invisible power that binds us and the heroes of this novel.