David Grossman is the author of six novels and two works of journalism. He lives in Jerusalem.
Something new from the acclaimed Israeli author of, most recently, The Book of Intimate Grammar (1994): an Alice-in- Wonderlandlike adventure tale expressing a 13-year-old boy's family confusions, fears, and fantasies. The story begins as motherless Amnon ``Nonny'' Feuerberg sits aboard a train that will take him from his home in Jerusalem to Haifa for an extended visit with his uncle, a ``distinguished educator'' and author. Read full book review >
Powerful and persuasive reporting by the author of The Yellow Wind (1988). Read full book review >