The book by the author Ovid Priffer “On the Edge of the Abyss” is a fascinating story about love, loss and the search of a European Jewish family in the 20th century for a home



Ovid Priffer, a Jewish emigrant who lived in the new state of Israel before moving to Canada and later to the United States, where he now lives, has completed his new book, On the Edge of the Precipice: a fascinating saga inspired by the lives of his family members during World War II and beyond.

The author writes: “’On the Edge of the Abyss’ is the saga of a Jewish Eastern European family caught in the historical turmoil of the early and mid-20th centuries. It follows the historical path of anti-Semitism, against the backdrop of the First and Second World Wars, through to the birth of communism. It continues until the beginning of the existence of the State of Israel and ends in North America. It is also a story of great love and great loss. Even though the book is based on real people, it still has to be viewed as a work of fiction.

Ovid Priffer’s compelling book, published by Page Publishing, is an excellent choice for avid readers of historical and 20th century fiction.

Readers who want to experience this compelling work can to buy “On the edge of the abyss” everywhere in bookstores or online in the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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