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Bat Yam by H.C. Kim (2005-03-31)

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  • By Sandra Hill on May 15, 2006

    I loved this book for following reasons:(1) Interesting storyline(2) Fascinating characters(3) Interesting info about Israeli culture presented in a fun way(4) I learned to cook as the result of this book and I like it(5) I am hooked now to stories about Israel and Palestine

  • By Raphael Levi on April 2, 2006

    I loved this novel! I love the premise -- two students studying abroad in Israel and experiencing Israeli culture. My favorite part were the accounts of dinner parties. I can relate to some of the food because I have Sephardic relatives who made these food items. You'll learn Israeli food among other things about Israeli culture.

  • By Mark King on April 2, 2006

    Professor Kim is a renowned historian of the ancient world, as his academic books attest. I was equally impressed by his skills in fictional writing. I found BAT YAM fascinating from a social perspective. I have had a long interest in Israel and I felt that this book captured the social scene in incredibly interesting ways. I would highly recommend this book for understanding Israeli society.

  • By Amit Rai on April 19, 2005

    This novel was a total disappointment, it consisted of little more than the anti-Semitic rants of an embittered old man. There was no plot and the story just rambled on without reaching an exiting conclusion. I feel that the author needs to seek a new career path as his literary skills are severely lacking. This book is a real bore and will make frustrating reading for most readers.

  • By John Enders on September 13, 2005

    This is a feel good novel about Israel. Although not providing as much social commentary on ethical questions as his other books, H. C. does a good job capturing the reality of modern day Israel. This is a good vacation reading.

  • By Habib Indra on May 15, 2006

    This is a very fun book to read. I laughed and laughed and laughed throughout this book. The story is told in a very amusing way and I felt like I was actually there. In a way, I can say that I lived vicariously through the main character of the book. You have to read it to see what I mean!

  • By Levi Hapern on May 18, 2006

    I really loved this book because it made me smile, laugh, and reminesce. I try to go to Israel every couple of years and places that Mr. Kim mentions are familiar to me. It is simply incredible how Mr. Kim managed to capture the atmosphere of places in Israel. He is one gifted writer!

  • By Jonathan Levi on February 16, 2006

    This is an incredible novel. It depicts life in Israel completely accurately. It's just amazing. All those who love Israel and want to learn how it is like to be in Israel must read this novel.

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