The Watchmaker’s Daughter
And her new book
Come one, come all!
Open to the Community
March 10, 7:30 pm
Sonia Taitz is the child of two Holocaust survivors, a master watchmaker and a concert pianist whose career was halted by the Nazis. A graduate of Yale Law School and Oxford University, she has written extensively for The New York Times and The Observer. She is also the author of The New York Times-praised novel, IN THE KING’S ARMS, nominated for the Sami Rohr Prize by theJewish Book Council.
THE WATCHMAKER’S DAUGHTER tells the story of Sonia’s quest to rescue her parents from trauma and in the process, heal herself. The book was praised by People, The Jerusalem Report, and The Chicago Tribune, among others, nominated for the Sophie Brody Medal by the American Library Association, and named Best Memoir by ForeWord Reviews. Sonia Taitz’s newest book, DOWN UNDER, was chosen by Vanity Fair as one of the year’s best. Time Out calls it a modern Romeo and Juliet tale worthy of Shakespeare. Dealing with prejudice, celebrity, aging, and love, this funny yet touching novel takes her work to new heights.
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Books Available for Purchase at the Book Signing!