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Author: Joseph Hobesh
Historical Fiction.The plight of Sephardic Jews expelled from Spain in 1492 is described in a historical novel.
Being Sephardic myself born in Tangiers, Morocco uprooted and raised in Toronto, Canada and as fate would have it moved to Madrid, Spain. 24 years later back in Toronto. Reading this wonderful book has given me a lot more knowledge of my roots. This book was very well documented. I highly recommend it.
I ALWAYS WANTED TO FOLLOW THE PLIGHT OF THE JEWS EVER SINCE THE DISPERSION IN AD70,VERY INFORMATIVE OF THE SEPHARDIC JEWS PLIGHT.IT GIVES ME A SENSE THAT GOD ALWAYS WATCHES OVER HIS PEOPLE EVEN IF THEY DID NOT BELIEVE THEIR MESSIAH CAME TO THIS WORLD TO SAVE THEM.I BELIEVE THE BIBLE IS THE WORD OF GOD.PROPHECY IS CORRECT IN THE PEOPLE LEADING UP TO THE SECOND WORLD WAR RIGHT TO THE PRESENT.VERY INFORMATIVE HISTORY.
Very well constructed and historically correct concerning the timing of the events described. My grandmother was Jewish and I have reason to believe that her historical family were Sephardim. If this is the case, the book gives me some understanding of what my forbears must have experienced.
I was pleased to learn a bit about the "plight of Sephardic Jews" in Spain, since history has never been a strong point. Written in this form, it's easier to digest and is still informative. Well done.
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