Meir Uri Gottesman
Set during the turbulent time of the Second Temple, this deeply evocative tale vividly brings to life the horror and destruction—through the personal, heart-wrenching story of one pious Jew. Yoseph’s forced marriage to the mute Sarah is but one link in a fascinating chain of events that begins with his devout grandfather’s horrific death and culminates in a dazzling array of bittersweet triumphs.
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File size: 1,061.76 KB
Publisher: Targum Press
Pages in printed book: 293
ISBN of printed book: 978-1-56871-362-5
Price of printed book: out-of-print
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A riveting, deeply evocative novel, The Harp is set against the tumultuous backdrop of the Second Temple, with the Romans poised for all-out war and destruction.
Masterfully written by consummate storyteller Meir Uri Gottesman, the novel vividly brings to life the horror and destruction of the time— through the personal, heart-wrenching story of one Jew. As Yoseph the Levite embarks on a frightening, fateful struggle against the Romans--replete with tears, treachery, and bloodcurdling battle cries--he uncovers an inner strength he never knew he had. This is the story of a young man's struggle for survival, faith, and consolation--in the shadow of a nation's unfathomable loss.
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