Where the Desert Meets the Sea

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. Free Read Where the Desert Meets the Sea author Werner Sonne For Kindle ePUB or eBook – couponpromocode.us

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 249 pages
  • Where the Desert Meets the Sea
  • Werner Sonne
  • 23 November 2017

10 thoughts on “Where the Desert Meets the Sea

  1. 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 setting.

  2. says:

    A topic I had limited understand of, but will readabout 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 mind, that did exactly this for me, were Killer Angeles aka Getty...

  3. says:

    The author tries to tell the human side of Israel s first fight to become a state in 1947 48 While it is fiction the major events are true I learned quite a bit.

  4. 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 Jews massacring each other while the British smoke cigarettes and ignore the mess that they have created by their 31 year Mandate in Palestine Israel s history is complicated, and deserves to be told in abalanced story where the people arethan paper dolls wanting to survive In this book, everyone is the bad guy and th The history is ...

  5. says:

    Such a depressing readAs the right wing coalition appears to maintain control of the Knesset, it s hard to see how things are going to get better.

  6. says:

    Rated 3.2Jerusalem, 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 tea Rated 3.2Jerusalem, 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 machin...

  7. says:

    Enjoyed itI feel as a Christian American somehow I never learned much about the formation of Israel until i visited 4 years ago That the actual struggle was glossed over by a few sentences in my history book right at the end of the school year Spending 2 weeks there, I learned a lot about the Palmach and the Haganah How it was like we have two pistols and some rocks, let s fight for a new country where they all hate us So i feel this novel was well done That while there is romance it isn t Enjoyed itI feel as a Christian American somehow I never learned much about the formation of Israel until i visited 4 years ago That the actual struggle was g...

  8. says:

    Amazing I picked this book from the kindle first selection purely based on it being a historical fiction I had no idea what it was about It retells the incredible story of Israel becoming a state and he fight for Jerusalem He tells the story from multiple views allowing the reader to feel the pain experienced by different sides, Arabs, Je...

  9. says:

    Thoroughly Enjoyed this BookI thoroughly enjoyed Werner Sonne s writing style and story line The book was full of surprises, informative and sadly most fighting is true If you don t want to read about the struggle of the Jews to gain a state and Arabs to lose...

  10. says:

    Finally EstablishedI never put together the battles in the Holy Land once the U.N Made their vote Never smooth sailing for the Jews, and even for those who survived the Holocaust, no sympathies were extended Interesting how ungodly the original fighters...

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