For more rights information Contact Us
More About This Title Nature's Gift
Nature bestows exceptional althletic abilities to very few. Babe Ruth, Jessie Owens and Tiger Woods come to mind. Mark Fein is such an individual and the story traces his rise to fame and fortune. Endowed with freakish strength that was a trait that some members of his family possessed, Mark also was gifted with exceptional eyesight, speed and coordination which led to his success in the decathlon and later to baseball.
The story is a saga spanning three generations of his family from the Warsaw and Vilnius ghettos to the United States. Born on a farm to Jewish parents, the children of Holocaust survivors, Mark comes to maturity encountering both racism and anti-Semitism. His athleticism naturally leads him to gravitate to sports.
The tale encompasses adventures from Europe, the United States and Israel. Mark encounters love in its myriad forms, degrees and shades from pure sex to the Western ideal. Being a celebrity has its perks and problems and Mark experiences many of them including numerous women and being the target of terrorism and unrelenting paparzzi.