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The Lonely Tree – First Reviews

July 29, 2010

The very first reviews of The Lonely Tree by Yael Politis are just starting to appear. We are very pleased with the reviewers’ comments and would like to share some of them with you:
‘”_Yael Politis is an excellent author who really knows how to make a story readable, this is a book that everyone should read at some point.’ Curious Book Fans
‘I believe that you will find not a single dull paragraph in this entire work.’  – Gold Dust Magazine
‘Often sad, sometimes funny and always melancholy (making it a good metaphor for the Israeli life it depicts), The Lonely Tree is the story of the first generation of Israelis’ – Aaron Hecht on his blog aaroninjerusalem
‘The Lonely Tree, movingly written by rising author Yael Politis, is an important contribution to Jewish and Zionist literature.’ Jewish Tribune Canada
‘The Lonely Tree by Yael Politis is a sweeping tale set against the Jewish settlement of Palestine and the establishment of a Jewish state. … This book is a great for one book clubs’ Mother and Daughter Book Club
‘…I recommend this book….. at 443 pages, I finished this book in a couple of days…’ Valerie McInroe on her blog Life is a Patchwork Quilt.
The Lonely Tree is a great love story set against the violent birth a nation and a moving novel about the soul of Israel. You can order it now from this page.