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IFFP 2015 review: Look Who's Back

Look Who’s Back


Look Who’s Back

by Timur Vermes
Translated by Jamie Bulloch

Hardback $25.99 5th May 2015 | 9781623653330 Ebook $12.99 5th May 2015 | 9781623653347 …
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Rabbi Celebrates Second Bar Mitzvah with Interfaith Community

Two rabbis, two cantors, a minister, a Catholic priest, a gospel choir, a klezmer band, and an interfaith families community walk into a synagogue to celebrate a bar mitzvah. 778 more words

Interfaith Community

Bout of Books 13: Bookish Survey


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Today’s challenge,

Bookish Survey,

is hosted by Writing My Own Fairy Tale

1. How do you organize your shelves? 176 more words


The End of Days by Jenny Erpenbeck

Shortlisted for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize, ‘The End of Days’ by Jenny Erpenbeck and translated from the German by Susan Bernofsky tells the story of the various possible lives of one woman during the twentieth century.  394 more words


It's Monday! What are you reading? 5/4/2015

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

Can you believe or not, I’m back!
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2015: March-April wrap-up

With a long novel to translate in French – it’s available to pre-order, hint hint, great way of keeping up with your French! and lots of books to read for the… 741 more words


Zone by Mathias Énard

‘Zone’ by Mathias Énard and translated from the French by Charlotte Mandell tells the story of Francis Mirkovic, a Franco-Croat intelligence officer who is travelling by train from Milan to Rome after missing his plane. 486 more words