Books by Edeet Ravel

Edeet Ravel was born and raised on a Marxist Israeli kibbutz and now lives in Quebec, Canada. Ten Thousand Lovers is her first novel. She holds a Ph.D. in Jewish studies.

HELD by Edeet Ravel
Released: Nov. 1, 2011

"Less thriller than psychological puzzler, this novel effectively keep readers guessing. (Suspense. 12 & up)"
Held hostage by a terrorist group somewhere in Europe, Chloe finds herself increasingly attracted to her captor as her mother and friends back home do everything they can to free her. Read full book review >
A WALL OF LIGHT by Edeet Ravel
Released: Aug. 5, 2005

"Handling a tricky juxtaposition of three disparate lives with grace and wit, Ravel shows her characters forging a country out of trauma."
The last of a trilogy (after Ten Thousand Lovers, 2003, etc.) portrays the emerging character of Israel through the relatively low-key, emotionally limpid diary entries of three characters from different generations. Read full book review >
LOOK FOR ME by Edeet Ravel
Released: Aug. 13, 2004

"Enthralling setting in search of lifelike major characters."
A woman conducts an 11-year search for her missing husband only to find him hiding in plain sight: another tale of love gone awry in Israel from kibbutz-raised Canadian Ravel (Ten Thousand Lovers, 2003). Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 5, 2003

"More a vivid portrait of a place than a searing love story, but thoughtful and timely nonetheless."
An Israeli man and a Canadian woman find their love tested by his work in the face of growing Palestinian resistance during the 1970s. Read full book review >