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A beautifully written, soul-searching book, highly recommended.
A brilliantly written autobiography, A Tale of Love and Darkness is sometimes gorgeously descriptive, witty, with beautifully rounded and developed characters.
Read this book [from the ship's library] when on a cruise and couldn't put it down.
Amos Oz is an extraordinary writer. This autobiographical tale has all of the frankness and beauty of expression you find in Oz's work.Published 27 days ago by Rita C. Altman
Maybe it was just me, but honestly I couldn't get into it at all. Just took it over to Goodwill today...Published 2 months ago by Sherry Stephens
Amazing! Amos Oz succeeds in evoking every possible emotion with a true story, impossible to create otherwise. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of the most beautiful books I've ever read and it helped me prepare for my first trip to Israel last year in many years. Read morePublished 3 months ago by groupworker
This autobiographical retrospective about an interesting moment in time in the history of the Jewish people and the creation of their nation offered a unique perspective of a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by MP
I purchased this book to read for a course on literary memoirs and the course has not yet begun; neither have I read the book. It arrived on time and as described.Published 4 months ago by Barbara L. Grotjahn
Read this book [from the ship's library] when on a cruise and couldn't put it down. Have now purchased it from Amazon for my daughter who appreciates a well written true story. Read morePublished 4 months ago by steve
Makes you think. Interesting both as far as his describing of his family legend and world history. The way he describe his caracters is very different and allmost breathtaking. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Judith Laursen
Amos paints Jewish-Israeli culture beautifully in this period piece of his growing up in the newly founded nation. Heart warming and tragic, the title is most appropriate.Published 6 months ago by Shannon