Eva Fogelman psychologist and author of "Conscience and Courage" Joseph Berger follows in the tradition of Frank McCourt in being a master storyteller. He recounts a story that is both tragic and uplifting. His journalistic eye for detail will make the reader cry, laugh, and never forget his family's saga. For readers, Berger's account will resonate, no matter how they feel displaced. At last we have a second generation voice of Holocaust refugees that defies stereotypes.
Joseph Berger was born in Russia but went to the US in 1949 when he was just 5. He has also reported on religion and education for the New York Times and served as its bureau chief in White Plains. The author of The Young Scientists, Berger lives in Larchmont, New York with his wife and daughter.