I felt that the book is most poignant when the characters are interacting. The sense of desperation they feel everyday is something that’s felt on every page
Daughters of Copper Woman by Anne Cameron is a short book, it’s filled with wisdom and stories, some of which struck a chord with me.
Syria’s Secret Library by Mike Thomson is an incredible book, and audiobook, showing how people yearn for some sort of normalcy in times of war
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 Vom Kriege: The Character and Conduct of Modern War by R. D. Hooker Jr. is a non-fiction consisting of essays about the theory of war.
Mrs. McBride converted to Christianity, her son had no idea that she was Caucasian not just “light skinned”. Discovering that he is half-white was a revelation
Not only it is about the space program, but also about bright people preserving and making a name for themselves through education and smarts.
Far from Zion is a non-fiction account of the author’s search for his identity. In his search Mr. London goes far and wide looking for Jews in diaspora.
I loved what This Book Is Overdue: How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us All was trying to do – make librarians relevant at the age of Google