raizel: While Toddlecreek Post Office shows the end of a community, An Angel for Solomon Singer shows a man who moves from a small town to a large city and slowly begins to create a home for himself. The pair of books can be seen as going from despair to hope.
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Solomon Singer lived in a hotel for men near the corner of Columbus Avenue and Eighty-fifth Street in New York City, and he did not like it.
Solomon Singer has found a place he loves and he doesn't feel lonely anymore, and if ever you are near the Westway Cafe, wishing instead you were in a field of conversational crickets beneath shining stars, go inside, and Angel will take your order and Solomon Singer will smile and make you feel you are home.