Lenni Reviews: “Breath of Bones: A Tale of the Golem” by Steve Niles, Matt Santoro & Dave Wachter

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During WWII, a Allied plane crashes near a small Jewish villiage. While the citizens don’t agree on whether or not to hide the injured pilot, the Nazis come to investigate the village. Rightfully fearing the worst, they summon a golem made of mud to protect themselves.

Poignant and short, this is a beautiful story about family, faith, and honor. It does a great job with it’s story; leaving no room for fluff. Usually something this short would feel incomplete but this is satisfying and highly recommended. 4 out of 5.

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