Ehud Havazelet: Like Never Before

(Fiction, 268 pp., 1998)

Arranged as a series of interlocking short stories, this “broken novel” chronicles three generations of a family in war-torn Europe, the Orthodox communities of Brooklyn, and rural Oregon as they struggle to hold together in the face of “changing cultures and shifting fortunes.” 

  • ReviewKirkus
  • Review by Sanford Pinsker, Washington Post, October 25, 1998
  • Review by Michael Frank, Los Angeles Times, November 10, 1998
  • Review by Craig Seligman, New York Times, November 1, 1998
  • Eric Wasserman interviews Ehud Havazelet