Homesick

By Eshkol Nevo

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Noa and Amir, a young couple in love, move into a small apartment in a tiny village in Israel. Near them live a grieving family who has lost a son in the Lebanon war, and watching them is Sadiq, whose family was driven from that very apartment when the State of Israel was created. A gorgeous examination of the casualties and complexities of all sides of the war, and the common desire for reconciliation.

Great for:

• Readers of Middle-Eastern fiction
• A phenomenal character study
• Those interested in a human portrayal, from all angles, of a difficult political situation

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