|Description||Berlin. The late 1930s. Ida Jacobson's parents face a heartrending decision: send their young daughter alone to England, where they don't know a soul, or let this rare opportunity to get her to a safe haven slip through their fingers?
Ida arrives in England under an assumed name, and for six years, lives in constant fear of her deception being discovered. She develops a close relationship with her host family, but can this relationship withstand the test of Ida's desperate deceit? When her "grand- father, " Albert Goldberg, is accused of treason, Ida is truly pained. How could anyone think a Jew would collaborate with the Nazis?
Ticket to Life takes you on a gripping, unforgettable journey between Germany and England, and between despair and hope. This book joins Esther Toker's other popular titles: Hostage; Family Fraud; Common Denominator, and A Matter of Trust.