The book of lights

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Knopf, Sep 12, 1981 - Fiction - 369 pages
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In his confusion about his life and times, Gershon Loran reveals the uncertainty, fear, and rage of the generation of Jewish men and women who came of age following World War II

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This is my favourite Potok book so fa. I liked it much better than The Chosen, My Name Is Asher Lev, and The Promise,more than Wanderings, and even than Davita's Harp. ;I became immersed in the story ... Read full review

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This is a beautiful book, one of Potok's best as far as I'm concerned, and I love them all. At first the subject seems to be the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This would be a great ... Read full review

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