The Sage of Nathan is a sequel to Nathan and the Lions of Lodz, about a group of teenagers who live in the forest of Las Łagienwnicki in Poland and fight the German war effort during World War I. This novel contains two exhilarating installments of Nathan Kochinski's adventures as they continue after World War II. In "An Odyssey to Liberation," many couples from the Lions of Lodz travel to Palestine after the war ends. Nathan's adventures as he fights for Jews in Palestine continue with the establishment of the State of Israel.
About the Author:
Edgar Miskin has spent most of his working life as an accountant, both in private practice and in commerce, including some years as Financial Controller in a large aircraft company. He was a British Army Officer in World War II, and has been a lifeguard, a center lathe operator in an engineering factory, a film actor, and a real estate developer. However, if he had to do it over again, he would probably choose to be an antiquarian, in line with his interests in ancient history and languages as well as anthropology and archaeology. Edgar is also the author of The Exchange, Illegal Journey, and The Sage of Nathan, a continuation of Nathan and the Lions of Lodz.