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Summary: A collection of interlinked short stories, dealing with young Jewish people living in Jerusalem, London, and New York, who struggle to find love, God, and identity. Unsure if they are starring in a tragedy or a comedy, they yearn for that elusive relationship or epiphany that will lead to a better life.
ISBN: 9781592871025; On Sale: 2013; Format: Paperback; Trim size: 5.5 x 8.5; Pages: TBD; $14.95; BISAC1: FIC046000; BISAC2: FIC029000; BISAC3: FIC044000
Yael Unterman grew up in the UK and now resides in the Katamon suburb of Jerusalem. After attending an Ultra-Orthodox Jewish high school and pursuing advanced Torah studies, she earned degrees in Psychology and Talmud, Jewish History and Creative Writing. She lectures worldwide and has published in a variety of forums. Her first book, Nehama Leibowitz: Teacher and Bible Scholar, was a finalist in the 2009 National Jewish Book Awards. She also works as a Bibliodrama facilitator, actress, and life coach. Visit her on her website at www.yaelunterman.com.