4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Eye-opening and thought-provoking work,
This review is from: Let it be Morning: A Novel (Paperback)
Good literature enlightens its readers without being overly didactic, and I would like to congratulate Mr Kashua for creating a character who teaches us something useful about the world outside our own experience, while reminding us that human suffering (whether from the cruelty of a school bully, or because of an army invasion) is universal.
Good plot. Excellent tension. I loved the flashbacks / memories passages. Mostly, though, I think the protagonist is a really complex and interesting fellow.