Another lovely story from writer Christoph Fischer in his new book, Sebastian. It will be out in a couple of weeks. Meanwhile, I had the great fortune of doing an advance reading for him. Boy was I lucky.
Published in just over a week from today on May 1 2013 “Sebastian” had a great start with a glowing 5 star debut review on Goodreads:
What a marvelous and well-crafted story Christoph Fischer’s Sebastian is. The story starts with a young sixteen-year-old boy, Sebastian, receiving an amputation to his leg for an infection, from a rusty nail, that went untreated, due to fear of doctors and needles. The reader is instantly drawn in to this protagonist and his mother, Vera, as well as the medical situation that lingers throughout the story that takes twists and turns along with the plots and subplots to help define a character that goes from being weak to growing an inner strength and beauty. Sebastian’s story is the story of his family, the women who enter his life and the war that surrounds and defines them all.
The scenes begin with Sebastian…
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