Davita is introduced to the religion of her parents and, as she gravitates towards Judaism, its mysteries and rituals inspire her devotion. As her world collapses around her, she can still draw comfort from religion. And she begins to understand that there is always a reason to go on.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - astrologerjenny - LibraryThing
This novel tries hard but didn’t quite work for me. As always, Potok does a great job of examining the tension between different parts of the Jewish and intellectual communities. The historical ... Read full review
DAVITA'S HARPUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Jason's family is making their ``third move in five years''; once again, Jason says good-bye to his friends and packs his belongings. Meanwhile, he finds comfort up in a dogwood tree. It listens to ... Read full review