Book Reading at the Lodzer Synagogue.

posted on Sep 24 2013

The Lodzer Synagogue
12 Heaton St. Toronto. (Bathurst & Sheppard)


A Sublime Masterpiece, One of 2013s Best Books! This book has my strongest recommendation and should be considered one of the best books of 2013.

Andre Lawrence is a top reviewer for Amazon in the US, Canada, and the UK.


This book moved me to tears, It is hard to get through this book without tears in your eyes. Once I started reading it I could not put it down.

The book is inspired by the story of Franciszka Halamajowa who saved fifteen Jews by hiding them in her house for 20 months. She also hid one young German soldier defector. Before World War II Polish town of Sokol had six thousand Jews, only 30 of them survived the war. Half of them were hidden in Franciszka house. One family was hidden in the pigsty, the second family in a hole dug in under the floor boards, and the young soldier was hiding in the tiny cubby hole in the attic. None of them knew of the others until the German soldiers left Sokol in 1944.

Ali Julia, Amazon (#1 REVIEWER) (#1 Hall OF FAME REVIEWER)