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Exodus Is An International Publishing Phenomenon The Towering Novel Of The Twentieth Century S Most Dramatic Geopolitical Event Leon Uris Magnificently Portrays The Birth Of A New Nation In The Midst Of Enemies The Beginning Of An Earthshaking Struggle For Power Here Is The Tale That Swept The World With Its Fury The Story Of An American Nurse, An Israeli Freedom Fighter Caught Up In A Glorious, Heartbreaking, Triumphant Era Exodus

About the Author: Leon Uris

Leon Marcus Uris August 3, 1924 June 21, 2003 was an American novelist, known for his historical fiction and the deep research that went into his novels His two bestselling books were Exodus, published in 1958, and Trinity, in 1976 Leon Uris was born in Balti, Maryland, the son of Jewish American parents Wolf William and Anna Blumberg Uris His father, a Polish born immigrant, was a

10 thoughts on “Exodus

  1. says:

    This book is useful for learning the romantic Zionist version of events surrounding 1948, but contrary to several of the reviews here, it is NOT a reliable historical source or one I would recommend for those interested in seriously learning about the roots of the Israeli Palestinian conflict Describing this book a

  2. says:

    Even though I was caught up in the book when I first read it, I had to leave it halfway through and when I went back to it some years later, after learning about the Israeli Palestinian conflict not the American Israeli fiction, but real history , I felt I couldn t read it, it was so nauseating Now I work in the Midd

  3. says:

    Among the top five books I have ever read, and also one of the most important A poignant and beautifully told story that shares a painful struggle in Jewish history one of the many that goes untalked about in modern history classes This book should be mandatory reading in all highschools Although it is a novel, it is com

  4. says:

    10 Stars, if I Could Much to my chagrin I have never read Leon Uris Why I waited I have no excuses to serve up Uris writes BIG BOOKS that are quite spectacular He is one of very few brilliant maestros in literature, in my opinion He writes with an ease that kept me turning the 648 pages of this great masterpiece His researc

  5. says:

    Another of my Haven t Read This In 30 Years titles, the trigger event here is the dramatic story of children who become passengers on the ship Exodus But woven in and around this escapade is the intense story of a people, a dream, a country We are shown a bit of Jewish history some chapters will make you feel you are be

  6. says:

    While overall I liked the book, still, some niggling thoughts ate at the corner of my mind as I made my way through Exodus.Whereas this book is fiction, for some reason, I came to this thinking that what Uris put down is very close to fact What worried me as I read it, is that it isn t Why Every Jew good, every Arab bad As well a

  7. says:

    This is another book that I read as a young teenager I don t think I knew anyone who was Jewish and knew hardly anything about the history of Israel This book took me way outside my normal white suburban world It was another one of those thick books that I looked at and wondered how I could ever read that many pages But I did I am r

  8. says:

    This remarkable book documents the birth struggle of the Jewish State of Israel Many Holocaust survivors, amongst others, took part in that labor This account is historically accurate as historical novels go The reader comes to know the characters intimately the dashing soldier hero Ari Ben Canaan who falls in love with Kitty Fremont,

  9. says:

    Really, this is one of my all time fave books It really captures the history ACCURATELY, I might add of how the country of modern day Israel was born and all the incredible struggles that the Jews faced from seemingly every direction A fantastic historical novel, even thought it s fiction I highly recommend this to anyone who feels they c

  10. says:

    This book is chock full of bad prose, flat characters, and very unfortunate implications Every Jewish character is brave, strong, smart, and talented The Arabs, on the other hand, are all cowardly, stupid, and possessive of women with one exception, but he dies early on The founding of Israel was controversial, and you would think that an au

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