Many years later, after making a new life for himself in Australia, Emil and his daughter Suzy face the greatest trial of all. He has motor neurone disease and has been given six months to live; six months to tell his daughter about the childhood he has kept hidden from her.
The Tattooed Flower is the tender and illuminating story of how a father and daughter choose to spend their last years together: Suzy discovering her father's past as a child of the Holocaust; and her father teaching his family, by example, how to live well, love fully, and die without fear or regret.
The Tattooed Flower finds hope, love, and beauty in the saddest of places. This is a remarkable, compelling book about life's lessons, and how one man can leave a mark and make a difference.