Amy Gottlieb: The Beautiful Possible

(Fiction, 336 p. 2016)

Spanning seventy years and several continents—from a refugee’s shattered dreams in 1938 Berlin, to a discontented American couple in the 1950s, to a young woman’s life in modern-day Jerusalem—this novel follows a postwar love triangle between an American rabbi, his wife, and a German-Jewish refugee.

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Reading guide
 

Review by Evie Saphire-Bernstein, Jewish Book Council
 

Profile by Robert Miller, J Weekly, March 24, 2016