The Israel/Palestine conflict, of course, can fill hundreds of books, but it goes to show the gray moral ambiguity of all the characters.
Bella Cohen Spewack was a journalist, screenwriter and playwright. Together with her husband, Samuel Spewack, she wrote many beloved films and plays.
I think most can agree that history is nuanced, Hollywood and Israel: A History by Anthony Shaw and Giora takes great effort to drive that point home
Beyond Grapes by Yacov Morad is very creative and unique, as far as I know. The recipes seem easy to follow, as well as delicious.
An interesting piece of the Cold War, an espionage/cautionary tale of what happens when grey people living in a grey world start believing their own lies
The novel does have its insane parts. A cat with a gun, naked witches, and trickery. From the insanity to a tender narrative of the fate of Judas, and Margarita
The stars of this book are the characters, which I feel I can say for the whole series. They are interesting, as well as intelligent
Besides enjoying the sections about places I’ve been to there are several other places that I either always wanted to go to, or discovered in this book.
An Israeli novel about a woman who finds letters her late father left her from her birth, to his death, discovering a family saga from previous generations
The book Aftershocks by Colin Kahl and Thomas Wright takes a look at the global impact of COVID-19, including the political outcomes for the future