Overview

Colin Stone, third-generation American and secular Jew, is the narrator of acclaimed author Cameron Stracher's debut novel. Colin lives in a world cast loose from spiritual moorings, a world where "kids get what they want ... the Hanukkah man sees to that." Embarking on a personal journey toward faith and self-discovery, Colin will find what he seeks closer to home. He falls in love with a woman who celebrates the irrational and, in a final confrontation with an unrepentant bigot, he discovers a truth that the ...
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The Laws of Return

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Overview

Colin Stone, third-generation American and secular Jew, is the narrator of acclaimed author Cameron Stracher's debut novel. Colin lives in a world cast loose from spiritual moorings, a world where "kids get what they want ... the Hanukkah man sees to that." Embarking on a personal journey toward faith and self-discovery, Colin will find what he seeks closer to home. He falls in love with a woman who celebrates the irrational and, in a final confrontation with an unrepentant bigot, he discovers a truth that the laws of science and society cannot explain.
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Publisher's Weekly (starred review)
The existential angst of assimilated Jews in America is the theme of Stracher's fiercely honest, caustically funny and ironic first novel ... Stracher writes first-class social comedy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014840354
  • Publisher: Cameron Stracher
  • Publication date: 8/6/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 245
  • File size: 196 KB

Meet the Author

Cameron Stracher was born and raised in Roslyn, New York, and attended Amherst College, Harvard Law School, and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. He is the author of the memoirs, Double Billing: A Young Lawyer’s Tale of Greed, Sex, Lies, and the Pursuit of a Swivel Chair and Dinner with Dad: How I Found My Way Back to the Family Table, as well as the young adult novel, The Water Wars. In addition to his writing, Cameron is a media lawyer who represents newspapers, magazines, websites, and television producers in defamation, privacy, and copyright matters. The Laws of Return is his first book.
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