Topic: Alina Adams Book Presentation of “The Nesting Dolls: A Russian-Jewish Family Saga”
“The Nesting Dolls is a vividly rendered, sweeping historical novel. Alina Adams deftly portrays three generations of women, beautifully weaving their coming of age stories about love, sacrifice, family, and ultimately survival. I absolutely devoured this compulsively readable gem of a novel.” (Jillan Cantor, USA Today bestselling author of The Lost Letter and In Another Time).
“A moving saga of three generations of women determined to triumph over the forces of history no matter the cost. The Nesting Dolls is memorable story of courage that is both inspiring and bittersweet.” (David R. Gillham, New York Times bestselling author of City of Women and Annelies).
“The author’s wry Soviet-Jewish humor enlivens the well-developed characters, who make fatal mistakes as well as selfless sacrifices. This is a satisfying, life-affirming saga.” – Publisher’s Weekly.
Thursday, January 27th, 2022 from 10:00 to 11:00 am Pacific Time.
Speaker: Alina Adams, Author
New York Times best-selling author, soap opera insider, and pioneer in online storytelling, Alina Adams, was born in the Soviet Union and immigrated with her parents to the U.S. at age seven, where she learned English by watching American soap operas at their home in San Francisco. Alina lives in New York City with her husband and their three children (ages 4, 8, 12). She has written about her interracial, interfaith and intercultural family for Interfaith Family Magazine and The Forward and has written columns and articles for dozens of publications. Her full biography can be found on Alina Adams Media.
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