The History of Love

>> Tuesday, April 8, 2008

I loved this book. It is my second favorite I've read in a year (first favorite being The Kite Runner). It's clever. It's so clever that through half of the book I didn't know which character was narrating and actually became very annoyed. But when everything came together it made the conclusion all the better. It's was a good lesson for me to keep on reading. It's about love, relationships, and family. It also enlightened me to a great deal of Jewish culture that I was previously unaware. I loved it. If you read this book you definitely find a smile on your face and a strong desire to go and hug your grandparents.

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