From a Sealed Room
With this compelling first novel, Rachel Kadish entwines the lives of three women: an adventurous young college student from New York, an emotionally enclosed Israeli housewife, and a fragile Holocaust survivor. It is a powerful exploration of the struggle between safety and suffocation and a reminder of both the power and peril of freedom.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lahochstetler - LibraryThing
This book was so very dull- nearly 400 pages of small print of people whining and having FEELINGS. The book focuses on three women living in Jerusalem: Tami- an unhappy, emotionally unavailable ... Read full review
FROM A SEALED ROOMUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A first novel sets the youthful ordeals of Maya, an idealistic and somewhat imperceptive American student at Israel's Hebrew University, against both the historical and contemporary struggles of ... Read full review