To the End of the Land

To the End of the Land
by David Grossman
2008 / 653 pages
Israeli Lit – (translated)
Rating  7.5

I have a feeling I would have enjoyed this book a lot more had I not just finished Wish You Were Here which was structurally very much like this.  There’s a frame story in which a woman’s son has gone to a military action and she takes off to walk around Israel with the boy’s father – that’s about 1/4 of the way in the book.   As they walk,  the woman tells the man a lot of stories,  the story of the life of his son,  really.   The tale became dreadfully boring (at least to me).  >>> MORE >>>> 

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