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Posted October 26, 2008
Reviewed by The Compulsive Reader for TeensReadToo.com
After a nearby bombing that leaves Tal Levine, a girl desperate for peace in her Israel home, shellshocked and numb, Tal is desperate to reach out to a Palestinian, hoping for proof that they are not all heartless killers. So she writes a message in a bottle and tosses it into the Gaza Sea. <BR/><BR/>When Naim finds the bottle and its message, he becomes angry. He emails Tal, and slowly the two form an understanding of each other's lives. <BR/><BR/>But when tragedy strikes again, will their relationship survive? <BR/><BR/>A BOTTLE IN THE GAZA SEA is an intense, powerful, and eye-opening experience. Zenatti doesn't seem to hold back in her descriptions of the turbulence-ridden Middle East and how deep the animosity runs. But hers is also a novel of hope and understanding as two teenagers, the next generation, come together to forge an unforgettable bond. <BR/><BR/>This is a galvanizing read that will definitely make you think.
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Posted December 18, 2012
I lovedthe book until i got to the last chapter then i was like RLY?! how ya gonna end their i mean come on but the book was great i read it for school awesome sauce book ppl
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