Thursday, May 05, 2016


I'm immersed in The Lost Book of Moses by Chanan Tigay. It's the true story of an antiquarian book dealer who believes that he has found the original copy of Deuteronomy. By the third page I was enthralled and ready to follow the author as he pursues the story.

Given that I'm also reading The Tin Drum by Gunther Grass, I only imagined myself reading a non-fiction book lest I mesh two narratives into a twisted plot.

Now I imagine the only book I can add will be poetry. I like being immersed in several books at the same time-- variety.

Then I love asking what similarities do the books share? Could be a stretch.


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