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The Discman and the Guru Paperback – April 2, 2001
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"Teenage Sam Singer is the Holden Caulfield of the Jewish world. His journey around the world for "Truth" leads him to Jerusalem, where world history began, and where he discovers the roots he has been searching for. An always surprising and fun adventure!" Y. Goldberg, Israel Publications
"When Sam Singers discovers that he isn't allowed to pray on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, the holiest place in the world to the Jews, he goes bananas. It's absurd, hilarious, but disturbingly true. Fishman's novel is a thoughtful work of imagination that always touches the real." Yisrael Medad - Israel Media Watch
About the Author
Former Hollywood screenwriter, Tzvi Fishman, was awarded Israel's Ministry of Education prize for Creativity and Jewish Culture for his novel "Tevye in the Promised Land." Other original and off-beat novels on a wide range of Jewish themes include: "Dad," "The Discman and the Guru," "Fallen Angel," and "Heaven's Door." He also has co-written four commentaries on the writings of Rabbi Kook with Rabbi David Samson. Other writings appear on his website: jewishsexuality.com, and on his popular blog, "Hollywood to the Holy Land," at Israel National News.com.
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