A Pigeon and a Boy, by Meir Shalev

Two story threads placed during the 1948 War for Independence and modern day Israel unite in this tale to interpret on many levels, of love and home, of creation.  A story of life on the wings of a bird, written with imagination, humor, originality, and exquisitite passages.

One of Israel’s most popular novelists, Shalev is the recipient of many prizes.  This book won Israel’s presigious Brenner prize.

Reviewed by: Cathy B.

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