Summer Reading

What I've been Reading

Over the summer, I managed to read the following books, mentioned here in author order


Talia Carner

Jerusalem Maiden

David A. Cooper

God Is A Verb: Kabbalah And The Practice Of Mystical Judaism

Charles Dickens

Our Mutual Friend (recommended by Leslie Kolbrener)

Todd M. Endelman

The Jews Of Britain 1656 to 2000 (thanks to Robin Summers)

Martin Gilbert

In Ishmael’s House: A History Of Jews In Muslim Lands (thanks to Rabbi Liss)

David Hazony

The Ten Commandments: How Our Most Ancient Moral Text Can Renew Modern Life (recommended by Clare Goldwater)

Roxana Jones

While I Was Learning To Become God (review copy)

Judy Klitsner

Subversive Sequels: How Biblical Stories Mine And Undermine Each Other (thanks to Simon Cohen)

 Ze’ev Maghen

John Lennon And The Jews: A Philosophical Rampage (recommended by Melanie Phillips)

Bernard Malamud

The Fixer (recommended by Mike Posen)

Yvettte Alt Miller

Angels At The Table: A Practical Guide To Celebrating Shabbat (review copy)

Simon Sebag Montefiore

Jerusalem: The Biography

This is also an opportunity to introduce my new 'Book Blog', Belovski's Books, which will feature short reviews of these and other books.