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A Small Country about to Vanish doc ½ Kindle Edition read í ❰Reading❯ ➿ A Small Country about to Vanish Author Victoria Avilan – Helpyouantib.co.uk A most remarkable homage to things Israeli things Jewish things human and the love and honesty it takes to face down a country gone awry a peoplA most remarkable homage to things Israeli things Jewish things human and the love and honesty it takes to face down a country gone awry a people prone to remembering and forgetting a heart that knows true love and therefore knows its absenceA Small Country About To Vanish is love's survival story between the author and her country of Israel between Shelli and Rona between a mother and her children between a husband and wife In many ways Israel's story is reflected in Eithan's who finds himself ultimately alone and unloved in a sea of condemnat The writing style I can best sum up by calling it delicious The descriptors of the Israeli Jew Israel politics love loss are absolutely gorgeous even when tragic For all the beauty of the book I had a bit of a problem with all of the convenient coincidences that help drive the story forward It takes away from the realism and turns it almost to a fairy tale The ending could have been uite a bit stronger as well but overall an enjoyable read

A Small Country about to Vanish A most remarkable homage to things Israeli things Jewish things human and the love and honesty it takes to face down a country gone awry a people prone to remembering and forgetting a heart that knows true love and therefore knows its absenceA Small Country About To Vanish is love's survival story between the author and her country of Israel between Shelli and Rona between a mother and her children between a husband and wife In many ways Israel's story is reflected in Eithan's who finds himself ultimately alone and unloved in a sea of condemnat The writing style I can best sum up by calling it delicious The descriptors of the Israeli Jew Israel politics love loss are absolutely gorgeous even when tragic For all the beauty of the book I had a bit of a problem with all of the convenient coincidences that help drive the story forward It takes away from the realism and turns it almost to a fairy tale The ending could have been uite a bit stronger as well but overall an enjoyable read

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A Small Country about to Vanish à Ease and ability to identify with each main character is to have witnessed Avilan's magic literary showAs a reader one leans into this character or that one or all of them as readily as one turns the pages One of the hallmarks of a well designed and well written story for me is whether the characters stay with me long after the book is done Do they ever Read this book at your own peril and your own pleasure because it will make you feel And you will remember the people from A Small Country About to Vanish By Historical Romance author T T Thomas A truly moving novel of lost love set against the turmoil of Israeli politics Complex characterizations and intriguing premise that was a pleasure to read Some issues with the ending could have been better fleshed out but the writing was top notchFull review can be found at Curve Magazine doc Ú A Small Country about to Vanish ↠ Victoria Avilan

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Victoria Avilan ↠ A Small Country about to Vanish mobi IonAvilan speaking directly to her beloved country is saying I love you enough to speak truth as I see it Avilan writes about Israel with the love and pain stemming from the realization that not all that we love is perfect but we can't help loving it or him or herThis book almost reads itself so sure footed is the pacing the ease of being drawn in despite some unease about what is written; I admire the way the author does not intrude on her characters and thus her readers with the pointed finger of too much message forcibly delivered A reader's I love the beginning those first chapters that manage to seeming effortlessly oscillate between drab realism and romance I wasn't terribly taken with the middle part and the pornographic detail in which the author recounts to us Eithan's acts of adultery I fail to see a point there and it marred the otherwise lovely storytelling needless strictly in my opinion Luckyly the story picks up again afterwards even if we have to allow for some major coincidents to happenIt's hard for me to see why Rona feels she is is in love with Eithan in the first place to be honest as most of the time we see him acting like a self absorbed asshole against her It's him and his needs and never a word or thought of what Rona might want or needWhat threw me towards the end of the book is Shelli using a purely Christian exclamation She found Jesus? when Rona tells her how her first daughter caught Religion Even allowing for it to be a very typical American expression it just doesn't sound to me like something a Jew would use To my understanding of their Religion same as with Muslims Jesus doesn't play an important role to them