Temple Sinai Reads


In ManyWatersBy AmiSands Brodoff, a past winner of the Canadian Jewish Book Award for Fiction

In ManyWaters is the gripping story of three orphans whose lives intersect onthe island of Malta during our current, urgent refugee crisis. Zoe, a buddinghistorian, comes to Malta with her younger brother Cal to learn more abouttheir Maltese mother and Jewish heritage. The siblings' well-mapped plans arederailed when Cal, who is a daily swimmer in the Mediterranean, discovers agirl floating in the sea, barely alive. Meanwhile, Zoe returns to the site ofher parents' drownings and stumbles across a trail of clues that lead to thediscovery of an unknown family member. InMany Waters brilliantly mines the hearts and minds of characters inextremis, the unforgettable tale of the ways that we love and help one another.

Join us for an unforgettable book discussion led by JudithGhert.