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Urs habe den Eindruck, dass Uris nicht so recht wusste, ob er einen Roman oder ein Geschichtsbuch schreiben sollte. A government tourist hostess approached him. This may come from the current Israeli Palestinian conflict.

The hypocritical and It’s an important historical novel that, within a fictionalized approach, offers excellent insight into the formation of the Jewish state and nation of Israel in the late s. Death threatens on all sides, neither the Arabs nor the Brits want them there.

That’s too cut and dry for me. There is romance librk love, betrayal, and of course sadness and death. Now I work in the Middle East, and see the conflict more close at hand.

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It was another one of those thick books that I looked at and wondered how I could ever read that many pages. Empieza a leer Armageddon en tu Kindle en menos de un minuto. Mar 06, Laura rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: For those who want to comment on this review; a suggestion – no need to reiterate that this review represents my prejudice, because it does. Exodus, by Leon Uris. We close the book with hopefully a better understanding of ,ibro ‘homeland’ means, and how to cherish and protect it.


This book took me way outside my normal white suburban world. My friend recommended I read a book called “Blood Brothers” which discusses the similar period of time from another point of view.

Uris was married three times: He is one of very few brilliant maestros in literature, in my opinion.

This more than surpassed my expectations. Recommended to Anne Booklady by: Detalles del producto Tapa blanda Editor: On moving into Rombaden you, like O’Sullivan start to build up a slow but steady feeling of resentment. I won’t deny there are important charges there, dxodo indeed that much of the book is approximately on track. As far as I can tell, the details are fairly historically accurate – the author was a war correspondent during this time period so much of the story is based on his personal recollections.

Lists with This Book. I have also clearly mentioned in my profile where my sympathies lie in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Mila 18, a story rxodo the Librro ghetto uprising; Armageddon: As the novel begins, the reader is introduced to the British duplicity. Whereas this book is fiction, for some reason, I came to this thinking that what Uris put down is very close to fact.

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And I am fully aware of how woefully ignorant I am of the details of this episode in history. A historical account very much in the vein of its namesake. However, it is greatly disconcerting that Uris makes a point to say in the book that all of the Palestinians left of their own accord, a statement which only helps to perpetuate a very destructive myth surrounding this conflict, amongst MANY others evident in the book.


Dagna, David, Eli, Jordana, and Ari. His father, a Polish-born immigrant, was a pa Leon Marcus Uris August 3, – June 21, was an American novelist, known for his historical fiction and the deep research that went into his novels. Judy One is written by Leon Uris.

Exodus by Leon Uris

It is a fictionalized telling from the point of view of a set of Jewish people covering a time period from somewhat before WWII until the formation of Israel and some of the ramifications of that. I read this is college and really liked it.

This truthful account also looks through the eyes of Arabs, British and others. Over pages this was incredibly taxing. I dreamed that I could have half of the bravery of the characters. Maybe it’s that my tastes have changed, or just that this was one of Uris’ first novels, but my impression of this one is that it had the materials to lbro a gripping, first-rate story if only Uris got out of his own way.