This is a romantic, intriguing, and complex love story intertwining two generations and unfolding over 57 years. The author's meticulous research led to the discovery of long-lost documents. Due to the sensitivity and artistry of the writing, you will find yourself caring a great deal about the characters. The changes are remarkable, profound, and exciting. The humor is painful at times; in a riff on Mengele, you will find yourself smiling inside and fearful at the same time, wanting relief from this joke, but one is unable to stop reading as this comedy speeds toward tragedy.
The character development is remarkable, making the reader feel an insightful connection with each character. And we have an investigation of a possible murder, including a missing person, international intrigue, and money laundering, as well as corporate infighting- very juicy stuff. They inspire him to record an album of his songs. I was not disappointed. The beautiful paintings by James McMullan are a wonderful addition.
One thing about loving books and reading is that there is always something new to discover. Ruta tells a story that is markedly different than that found in the moshava archives. In a series of letters, Halevi wishes to unravel the ideological and emotional strands of the knot that prevents peace in the region. This is truly a must-read for anyone interested in the modern history of the Middle East and the world at large. He took about 45, photographs. The main concern is the nation, not just its security, which is always paramount, but also its moral and ethical foundation.
Don't forget that this is a really good story. Bubbe is 95 years young and she enjoys crocheting kippot with her granddaughter. Nochlin, still going strong at eighty-five, is uniquely positioned to look back and look ahead. The beautiful book combines reproductions of her artwork and poetry. Both were inspired at an early age to follow space careers. Marwan escaped detection until his suspicious death in