"According to crazy Avrum Feldman, everyone has a divine moment that changes the course of life. For Bobo Murphy, it was the moment he fell in love with Amy Loury at a resort in the Catskills in 1955. That summer Bobo also befriended Avrum, a Jewish retiree from New York City. Forty years later,Bobo, now an art teacher in Savannah, returns to the fading resort to settle Avrum's estate. He also finds Amy again. A plot this romantic could be maudlin in the hands of another reader. George Guidall's dispassionate tones, however, provide credibility and keep the story from being mushy. His understated performance lets the listener savor this rich story. D.W.K. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"