Free eBook The Covenant download

by Naomi Ragen

Free eBook The Covenant download ISBN: 0312291191
Author: Naomi Ragen
Publisher: St. Martin's Press (November 11, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 288
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Rating: 4.1
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St. martin’s press new york. This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual persons or events is purely coincidental.

St. Printed in the United States of America. For information, address St. Martin’s Press, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, . 10010.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Living in Jerusalem, Elise Margulies fears for the lives of her husband and daughter every day. Then comes the day when her worst fears come true. Cancer specialist Dr. Jonathan Margulies drives his young daughter home from her ballet recital. His bullet-ridden car is found empty on the side of the road hours later.

Naomi Ragen is an American-born novelist and playwright who has lived in Jerusalem since 1971. She has published eight internationally best-selling novels, and is the author of a hit play (Women's Minyan). Mike Pompeo Was Right. by Naomi Ragen on January 6th, 2020. When my daughter Bracha decided to sell her apartment in Modi’in, a small city between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and move to a spacious corner house in Elkana, one of the first settlements over the so-called Green Line, no ideology or nefarious government scheme played any part in her decision.

Naomi Ragen is the author of novels including The Tenth Song, The Sacrifice of Tamar, Sotah, and The Saturday Wife. Ragen attended Brooklyn College and earned her master's in English from Hebrew University. An American, she has lived in Jerusalem since 1971. She was recently voted one of the three most popular authors in Israel. Библиографические данные. The Covenant: A Novel.

Naomi Ragen (Hebrew: נעמי רגן‎; born July 10, 1949) is an American-Israeli modern-Orthodox Jewish author and playwright. Ragen lives in Jerusalem, and writes in English. A recurring theme in her fictional works is injustice against women in the Haredi Jewish community. Ragen has been the subject of various lawsuits over claims of plagiarism. Naomi Ragen (née Terlinsky) was born in New York City.

I love all of Naomi Ragen books. Good reads and engrossing. Let's you see what life would be like in a situation that's totally unlike my own. Helps me to appreciate other beliefs and lifestyles. Jan 21, 2009 Naomi rated it really liked it. Shelves: books-i-recommend.

The Covenant - Naomi Ragen. In the book, it says if you get a present, you have to make the giver feel like an idiot, like he’s wasted his money and you are angry at him for even thinking you might need a gift

The Covenant - Naomi Ragen. Chapter One. Maaleh Sara, Judea. In the book, it says if you get a present, you have to make the giver feel like an idiot, like he’s wasted his money and you are angry at him for even thinking you might need a gift. But if you don’t get anything, then you should be hurt and miserable and offended for life. Oh, is that the rule?

Police and army vehicles patrolled the roads, cordoning off streets and checking ID for blocks around

Police and army vehicles patrolled the roads, cordoning off streets and checking ID for blocks around. up with him until he was safely back in Krakow. He found Julia almost immediately. She was interviewing a woman who was part of a dozen or so people holding up hand-lettered signs that read: STOP THE OCCUPATION NOW! THE IDF ARE WAR CRIMINALS, JUSTICE FOR THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE, and SETTLERS OBSTACLES TO PEACE.

Naomi Ragen's books are always compulsively readable, and The Covenant is no exception. An emotionally-charged and engrossing book, The Covenant is a tribute to the power of friendship and the strength of love in the face of evil

Naomi Ragen's books are always compulsively readable, and The Covenant is no exception. An emotionally-charged and engrossing book, The Covenant is a tribute to the power of friendship and the strength of love in the face of evil. India Edghill, author of Wisdom's Daughter: A Novel of Solomon and Sheba. Naomi Ragen is the author of novels including The Tenth Song, The Sacrifice of Tamar, Sotah, and The Saturday Wife

Living in terror-torn Jerusalem, Elise Margulies constantly fears for the safety of her loved ones.

Living in terror-torn Jerusalem, Elise Margulies constantly fears for the safety of her loved ones. Living in terror-torn Jerusalem, Elise Margulies constantly fears for the safety of her loved ones. Confined to bedrest during a difficult pregnancy, she happily awaits the return of her husband and little girl from a ballet recital, only to find that her worst fears have finally been realized.

Living in Jerusalem, Elise Margulies fears for the lives of her husband and daughter every day. Then comes the day when her worst fears come true. Cancer specialist Dr. Jonathan Margulies drives his young daughter home from her ballet recital. His bullet-ridden car is found empty on the side of the road hours later. Elise, in the last stages of a difficult pregnancy, desperately calls her grandmother Leah in America for help and unknowingly revives a decades-old oath. Over five terror and hope-filled days during which ordinary people join the front lines against terrorism, the ties that bind two generations form a powerful alliance against contemporary evil.
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Uickabrod
Naomi Ragen is a true storyteller of note. One day, it would be my personal wish to meet her in Israel where my own grandchild happily lives. Oh yes, description through words is this Authoress' success. Live through this novel, portraying such truths, from The Shoah to current time.... Life need be filled with covenants!!
Cenneel
I picked this book because it intrigued me, but I had never heard of the author before. I stayed up all night to finish the book and then recommended it to my mother and grandmother, both of whom loved it as well. I have since purchased several of Naomi Ragen's books and thoroughly enjoyed them, however, this book remains my favorite. You won't regret reading it!
Uttegirazu
Great book with a very important message. There are good and bad people all over. Be careful to not judge too quickly.
Mardin
The mass-media usually portrays the victims of Isalmic terrorism as somehow to blame for their own fate and the terrorists as noble savage / insulted simple folk hybrids. This book shows everyone as he really is. The savage bloodthirsty terrorists for whom murder is a good way to make a living and earn a harem full of virgins in the next world,the victims as ordinary people caught just trying to go about the daily business of leading their lives, who through no fault of their own are caught in the circus staged by the terrorist and their accomplices in the mass media. Everyone, it turms out, is a real person, though the evil reporter may in fact be one of the wicked witches of Oz.
Barinirm
This was my first book of Naomai Ragen's and it won't be my last. She is an excellent writer and I was immediately caught up in the characters and cared about them right away. I couldn't put the book down and read it much too fast!!! As a gentile I feel she helped me to get inside the head of the Jewish characters and understand a bit more of the beautiful and powerful heritage that is uniquely theirs. Her depiction of the bias of the news media was effective and, although a fictional story, probably more close to truth than most people would like to admit. KUDOS! I'm buying more copies for my friends.
Anarawield
I love this author, I finished this book on the eve of the 2016 elections in America. Hmm, I wonder which candidate supports Israel? ???? Christy
Vivados
I LOVED the bookThe Convent.It was quite suspenseful and I couldn't wait .to see what was going to happen next. I would
highly recommend this book to all people who find the World War II and the situation today in Israel fascinating.Very well written.
Five stars is nowhere near enough for this book, It deserves at least 500 stars. Naomi Ragan has to be one of the best writers of today. As you read her books the characters come to life in a way no other author has ever done it for me.A gripping story fom start to finish. My only wish is that she could write as fast as I can read.