For the past two decades Israeli companies have dominated the moving industry in New York City, and the sight of Israeli men in their early 20s loading furniture and belongings onto or off of truck
“For Oz’s fans and liberal Zionist fiction readers Judas is a required text whose writing is its own reward.”
“a fable about ideological extremism under an avant-garde skin.”
“If I can feel my heart breaking in this wretched way, then somehow I have come back. You would say that this is what any woman tells herself so she knows she is alive.
Mischling is a gripping, powerful novel of twin Jewish girls who become victims of the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele’s medical experiments at Auschwitz.
During the winter of 1996, the author was living in Alaska when he was inspired one night to write this story. Discouraged by some he hesitated to do so.
A valuable 14th century Haggadah inscribed by a Sephardic rabbi and beautifully illustrated by his talented wife takes center stage in Alyson Richman’s richly imagined sixth novel, The Velvet H
A decade ago Israeli novelist A. B. Yehoshua caused a public brouhaha that highlighted a hitherto overlooked fault line in Israeli-diaspora relations.
“a fun and absorbing read whose fortuitous May publication date makes it a felicitous beach or airplane book.”
Can a novel be both suspenseful and predictable? Less than half way through Jennifer S.
Location, location, location—geography can determine not only the cost of our homes but also where we feel at home.
Following in the footsteps of Isaac Beshevis Singer and Shalom Aleichem, Helen Maryles Shankman is an exquisite storyteller of early 20th century Eastern European Jewish life.
Bestselling novelist B. A. Shapiro clearly admires Abstract Expressionist art.
In Searching for Wallenberg author Alan Lelchuk chooses to work in the well-worn structure of a novel within a novel.
“The author keeps it personal . . . and she keeps it real.”
“Steve Stern masterfully creates different voices and narrators, employing colorful and descriptive language and humor.”
“. . . the question, the one that has to do with the collected stories in questions, is: Is What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank: Stories worthy of the hoopla?
Skinny, by Diana Spechler is as divine, decadent, and sumptuous as a gourmet dessert.
The 2011 air war to save civilian lives that our country and its NATO allies are conducting in Libya is not without precedent.