Excellent, like new condition. Hardcover edition with dust jacket. The Family Orchard by Nomi Eve, published in 2000.
Taking place over the sweep of 200 years and six generations, this memoir-like story chronicles the life of a Jewish family in Jerusalem. Two narrators alternate to tell the tale: Eliezer, whose story is strictly factual, and his daughter Nomi, who shares the author's name and whose storytelling style is distinctly more like that of a novelist.
From 1838 to the present day, this multigenerational debut novel chronicles nearly two hundred years in the lives of a family of immigrants in Jerusalem, capturing the love affairs, legends, family secrets, triumphs, and tragedies of six generations.
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