“a Great novel of compassion”February 2, 2020
“The wonder kid of Israeli literature has become a man and now has the maturity to also write grippingly about matters close to him: the ill-fated friendship between two boys, the love for a girl, the death of a mother.
His deft touch, his brilliance and his sovereign outlook on Israel, Palestine and the people around him, we already knew about from his novels Good People and World Shadow.
Now he has written a great novel of compassion.”
(Review in HUMO. Jeroen Maris)