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Strangers With The Same Dream

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  • ‘We came into their valley at dawn’. From three vastly different points of view, Alison Pick relates the story of a group of Jewish pioneers, many escaping violent homelands, who have come together to found a kibbutz on a patch of land that will later become Israel.

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Product Description

  • Author
    Alison Pick  
    Binding
    Paperback  
    Cat No.
    4285700  
    EAN
    9781472225115  
    Genre
    Crime & Thrillers  
    ISBN
    9781472225115  
    Publisher
    Tinder Press  
    Type
    Books  
  • ‘We came into their valley at dawn’. From three vastly different points of view, Alison Pick relates the story of a group of Jewish pioneers, many escaping violent homelands, who have come together to found a kibbutz on a patch of land that will later become Israel.

    With tightly controlled intensity, Pick takes us into three very different minds to show us how a utopian dream is punctured by messy human entanglements. Yet this is also the story of the land itself (present day Israel and Palestine), revealing the way the newcomers chose to ignore the fact that their valley was already populated, home to a people that the pioneers did not want to see.

    In writing of extraordinary, at times heartbreaking power, Pick has created unforgettable characters, haunted by ghosts and compromised by unbearable secrets. The novel’s shocking conclusion is a tour de force, the work of a writer uniquely in control of her craft and with an extraordinary insight into the innermost workings of the human heart.

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