My sister has reviewed Sunburnt Faces by Shimon Adaf. Check it out if you have time.
Reviewed by Rowena C. Ruiz
And God Said to her, “Rise, Ori, my light, for your light has come.”
And He let her fall from her life, although she hadn’t realized that she was at such a great height.
And she fell.
Sunburnt Faces opens with a dramatic incident that takes place in the life of the main character, Ori, when she is at the cusp of adulthood. God speaks to her from the TV set. This incident proves to be a defining moment for the events that follow later in life, and this experience becomes a thread which winds throughout the novel.
As we follow the events that take place during Ori’s childhood, we are also compelled to think of the incidents that have had a profound influence upon us. How do we deal with traumatic incidents? How do cope in a world that is filled with upheaval? Ori finds…
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