Remember Reb Zusha? Reb Zusha, the bachur who fled the Nazis and joined the Bielski Unit, a Jewish partisan group that lived in the forest and saved Jews from the ghetto and the Nazis?
At the end of the last book, we left Zusha and his partisan friends in the forest, under a ground and air attack by the Germans. We were left in suspense.
What happened to the partisan group? How would Reb Zusha be saved this time?
Of course, Reb Zusha was saved, but it wasn't simple.
Without going into detail, we'll just say that in this book, you'll set off with Reb Zusha on an exhausting journey with swampy marshes, border police and a difficult sea voyage to Eretz Yisroel. Oy vey!
We just hope the British don't discover that this is a Jewish ship!
If you thought that Reb Zusha finally got to rest in Eretz Yisroel, then I guess you don't know him well enough yet.
Read about the amazing, sometimes humorous, adventures of "The Rebbe's Partisan, an uncompromising chassid, who fought in Europe and Eretz Yisroel to teach Yiddishkeit to Klal Yisroel.
He always remained steadfast to his goal: To carry out the Rebbe's instructions. With uncompromising mesirus nefesh, a bottle of mashkeh from the Rebbe, and his ever-present smile, Reb Zusha broke down all obstacles and barriers. L'Chaim!