Andrew Kim's collection of short stories explores teenage Angst in modern America. What does it mean to be a teenager in current day America and what struggles do they face? How do teens view the future and their place in it. This collection of short stories is great for those who want to understand the modern teen psyche.
Yahudit: A Novel by Sammy Goldman is a coming-of-the-age story of a 17 year old modern orthodox Jews of Iranian descent, living in Los Angeles. Yahudit rebels against her Jewish religion and elopes with Carlos, a Mexican who works at a kosher restaurant near Yahudit's Hebrew Sunday School. This novel explores the concept of Jewish identity in an ever-changing Gentile world.
Hagit the Israeli: A Novel by Naphtali Holon is a fictional novel with setting in Isrel and Egypt. This novel tells the story of Pete, a young American man who studies Hebrew in Israel. Pete devises a creative plan to improve his his conversational Hebrew skills that involves travel to Egypt and a young beautiful Israeli woman to travel with him. This novel is filled with romance, multiculturalism, travel, emotions, thoughts, and exploration of identity.
Short stories and novels can enhance the quality of life of many people as they draw the reader into an exciting new world, where the reader can experience events, thoughts, and senations that the characters in the story experience. Reading fiction can be fun, relaxing, and exciting!
Heerak Christian Kim has written an exciting travel novel, based on his experience of living in Israel for more than 3 years. As a non-Jew, he was emerged into the Jewish world in Israel and experienced Israeli culture.
Readers of this novel can experience the unique and interesting life of Israelis through the eyes of an outsider. Reading this book provides a multicultural experience. Israeli culture is one of a kind as it is made up of recently immigrated Jews from over 100 different countries in thre world after the founding of the Jewish state of Israel in 1948.
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Bat Yam: A Novel
Heerak Christian Kim has written a collection of short stories, based on his experience of living in Israel for over 3 years, researching ancient Jewish history, particularly on the question of Jewish individual self-perception and group identity. While living in Israel, Heerak made a lot of Israeli friends from all over the world who have immigrated to Israel, those who have been in Israel for generations, students in Israel for study, and vacationers who wanted to explore their roots.
In this book of short stories, Heerak Christian Kim brings together his various experiences while living in Israel. Heerak has succeeded in producing a collection of masterpieces that help to understand Jewish identity better in a fictional form.
The power of fiction is the capacity of readers to step outside of themselves to examine concepts and ideas and how they relate to them and the world around them. This book will surely entertain for hourss.
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