The Meshulach & other stories
Meir Uri Gottesman
A powerful collection of three novellas by acclaimed author Meir Uri Gottesman. Join tens of thousands of readers who have already entered Gottesman's imaginative world, where everything is possible, and holiness sparkles from every corner…
Format: ebook - Adobe EPUB
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File size: 1,334.87 KB
Publisher: Israel Bookshop Publications
Pages in printed book: 320
ISBN of printed book: 978-1-60091-182-8
Price of printed book: 23.95
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Prepare to be drawn into a mystical world, where everything is possible…
In The Meshulach, billionaire philanthropist Michael Messenger is forced to go into galus disguised as a panhandler, searching for the meshulach that he has impatiently spurned. But unbeknownst to him, he is heading for an even more incredible journey, unbelievably holy, unbelievably climactic…
In The Dancing Flame, Reb Moshe Blitzer, a sweet, goodhearted melamed, is faced with a terrible dilemma when his old car is suddenly blessed with bizarre powers… Moshe wonders: Hashem, how can I drive in such a strange car?
In The Pine Tree, Chaim Heller runs Sefer Tov bookstore, lives modestly in his little bungalow, and learns happily under his pine tree. But his life is turned upside down when his street is suddenly transformed into the most exclusive street in Toronto, and his new neighbors demand that the homely pine tree be chopped down. The tree pleads: “Hashem, I want to live!”
The Meshulach is a powerful collection of three novellas by acclaimed author Meir Uri Gottesman, whose previous books, Wings, The Harp, Deep Blue, and The Morning Star have become classics. Join tens of thousands of readers who have already entered Gottesman’s imaginative world, where everything is possible, and holiness sparkles from every corner…
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Chaimkel the Dreamer
A Face at the Window
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