is a man tormented by the ghosts and horrors of the past. Relentless nightmares force him to relive a
time in his life that was unimaginably horrible.
A decade after the end of World
War II and the Bobrow family's
to the United States,
Abram's young sons, Jerry and Bill (ten and twelve years old) become aware of
their father's nightly torment, and beg to know why these terrible dreams still
occur. Deciding that they are finally
old enough to hear this harrowing story, over the next seven days, Abram
carefully details what it was like to live though one of the most terrible,
tragic and darkest periods of human history.
This is Abram Bobrow's
true story-how he and his wife Julia, who lived through a Nazi firing squad,
escaped into the vast forests of western Byelorussia, became Jewish partisan
fighters and fought back against the Nazis.
This is a unique story of the triumph and indomitability
of the human spirit.