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Where the Desert Meets the Sea An Illuminating And Heart Stirring Historical Novel Set In Post WWII Palestine, Where The Boundaries Of Love And Friendship Are Challenged By The Intractable Conflicts Of War Jerusalem, 1947 Judith, A Young Jewish Survivor Of The Dachau Concentration Camp, Arrives In Mandatory Palestine, Seeking Refuge With Her Only Remaining Relative, Her Uncle When She Learns That He Has Died, She Tries To Take Her Own Life In Despair.After Awakening In The Hospital, Judith Learns That Hana, A Muslim Arab Nurse, Has Saved Her Life By Donating Her Own Blood While The Two Women Develop A Fragile Bond, Each Can T Help But Be Drawn Deeper Into The Political Machinations Tearing The Country Apart After Witnessing The Repeated Attacks Inflicted On The Jews, Judith Makes The Life Changing Decision To Join The Zionist Fight For Jerusalem And Hana S Star Crossed Love For Dr David Cohen, An American Jew Out Of His Element And Working Only To Save Lives, Will Put Her Own Life In Danger.Then The Political Situation Worsens When Tensions Erupt, A Shocking Act Of Violence Threatens Judith And Hana S Friendship And The Destinies Of Everyone They Love.

10 thoughts on “Where the Desert Meets the Sea

  1. Fred Shaw Fred Shaw says:

    The time setting for this novel is just after WW II, and the freed Jews from the concentration camps are trying to get to their historic homeland, the Holy

  2. Mollie Mollie says:

    The history is correct, but the story told through these fictional characters is very bland and melodramatic It flip flops all over with hyper hot headed Arabs and J

  3. Steve Steve says:

    Got this one for free through First Reads as one of this month s selections, and, first and foremost, it was worth every penny I paid for it Sorry, I couldn t resist B

  4. S.F. Johnson S.F. Johnson says:

    Boring BookThe dialog is stilted and the characters are not realistic I would rather read a straight history book accounting of this time instead of this boring set of characters and se

  5. KatherineC_C2 KatherineC_C2 says:

    The Social Studies documentary films about the Creation of Isreal encouraged me to read about the Creation of Isreal This book is about the Israeli Arab conflict ongoing in the 1940s 1950s I lea

  6. Marisa Marisa says:

    While this book does a good job of showing multiple perspectives surrounding the birth of Israel, the switch between the characters isn t very well done at all The characters are flat, and I just didn t en

  7. Liz Brouillard Liz Brouillard says:

    I wanted to like it I usually love historic fiction But the characters are poorly developed I didn t really feel connected to them or cared much what happened Also the story flops around a lot Very unsatisfying.

  8. Greg Kerr Greg Kerr says:

    A topic I had limited understand of, but will read about in the futureI believe that a historical fiction should want you to dive deeper into the non fictional history in which the story is set Two books that come readily to

  9. Amy Amy says:

    Priced correctly a freebie from Flat characters, overly dramatic but then again it was historical fiction regarding the Mid East and the creation of Israel, so perhaps maybe some of the drama was warranted I did learn about the Briti

  10. Schuyler Wallace Schuyler Wallace says:

    German author Werner Sonne provides the viewpoints of both Jews and Arabs in his insightful novel, Where the Desert meets the Sea Filled with perceptive information, Sonne s book takes the reader into the despair and passion that is endemic in t

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