Satan in Goray
The pogrom that had swept through Poland was now being hailed as a sign of the Coming of the Lord, the birth pangs of the Messiah. And in the little town of Goray, laid waste by murder, famine and demonic spirits, the stargazers said that they had seen one Sabbatai Zevi, robed in purple, riding a wild lion into the city of Jerusalem.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - figre - LibraryThing
If you are not ready to wade into intricacies of 17th Century Jewish life, issues, and politics, then you may want to shy away from this book. However, in spite of what could be a tough read because ... Read full review
SATAN IN GORAY: A NovelUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A strange story for modern readers of a tiny town on 17th century Poland, where first the Jewish population is decimated by the marauding Cossacks- then, as they creep back to reestablish their homes ... Read full review