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Fourth Estate, Jan 6, 2011 - Israel - 328 pages
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Eitan Enoch - nicknamed 'Croc' - is a 30-something Tel Aviv yuppie whose life is turned upside down when he narrowly survives three separate suicide-bombings. But because of this coincidence Croc is turned into a (reluctant) media celebrity. Now he's a symbol of Israeli resistance to the bombings - 'the man they couldn't kill'

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User Review  - -sunny- - LibraryThing

I actually liked this book more than I expected to. I'd probably give it a 3.5 if possible, but I'll just have to give it a 3, since I'm not entirely sure it rates a 4. The way it switches back and ... Read full review

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User Review  - polarbear123 - LibraryThing

It would probably help if you had a basic understanding of the Arab-Israeli conflict before reading this novel. Following the lives of both an Israeli and a Palestinian in modern day Israel we see how ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Assaf Gavron is a writer and translator. He grew up in Jerusalem, studied in London and Vancouver, and now lives in Tel Aviv. In Israel he has published four novels, a short story collection, and a collection of falafel reviews.

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