This is an enjoyable family saga novel. This family isn't only interesting, they're fascinating, human and funny Tiffany Murray, author of 'Happy Accidents, ' for the Literary Consultancy. Sophia's Version grips your heart as it unlocks the hidden truths buried in the memories of five siblings when they attend the funeral of their mother. Mystery and speculation brought on by their mother's cremation, burial location and peculiar lifestyle perplexes the siblings who grew up in a dysfunctional home. Sophia, the eldest of the siblings feels detached at her mother's funeral and recollects her family history, their evacuation during World War Two, her father's attempts to earn a living as an actor and the trauma of her mother leaving home. All of it triggers deep-rooted guilt about her feelings towards her mother. After the siblings were shown a bizarre video tape following the funeral, they gather together to discuss the day's events and their own memories of the family. Sean, the only brother suggests that he may be the only one who is able to arrive at another version of the truth, and also reveals devastating news... Jane Biran is the Adviser to an international charity supporting projects for children at risk, music and medical research in the UK, Israel, China, and in the former Soviet Union. She has worked in public relations, journalism and fund-raising and has written many published articles and reports. Jane was born in London and now lives in Israel with her husband.