keyboard prodigy born in 1921, Herr Meyer tells of a life extending from
those early, halcyon-years through the inter-war period, the ravages of
the Hitler Time and World War II and beyond, into post-war, neglectful
Europe, and an increasingly bipolar America, ultimately to reach the
final year of this journey, in 1995. Guided by the early-found desire to
be one of his family’s so-many “good men,” on an odyssey marked by joy
and sadness, terror and redemption, he survives using the personal
strength he learns from family, from their faith in and dedication to
Herr Meyer’s path will lead you from his birth-village of Singhofen throughout Germany, and into German Texas as he details a life surmounting the infamous machines of enmity, in his innate quest for an ultimate, personal goodness.
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