Gavriel Savit

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Gavriel Savit

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Born
in Ann Arbor, Michigan, The United States
August 14

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Gavriel Savit is a New York Times Bestselling author. His award-winning writing has been shortlisted for the National Book Award, and has been translated into nineteen languages. As a performer, he has appeared on and off-Broadway, and on stages around the world.

Average rating: 3.68 · 9,044 ratings · 1,921 reviews · 3 distinct worksSimilar authors
Anna and the Swallow Man

3.68 avg rating — 7,966 ratings — published 2016 — 2 editions
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The Way Back

3.68 avg rating — 1,061 ratings — published 2020 — 13 editions
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Come See the Fair

3.06 avg rating — 17 ratings — expected publication 2023 — 5 editions
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“I know it's not good for a girl to be without a father these days. But is it any better for a father to be without a daughter?”
Gavriel Savit, Anna and the Swallow Man

“It's their failure, my little Anna, not yours. Men who try to understand the world without the help of children are like men who try to bake bread without the help of yeast.”
Gavriel Savit

“Normally, her mind was like a busy beach - all day long she would run back and forth, leaving footprints, building small mounds and castles, writing out ideas and diagrams with her fingers in the sand, but when the night tide came in, she would close her eyes and allow each wave of rhythmic breath to wash in and out over her day's accumulation, and before long the beach would be clear and empty, and she would drift off to sleep.”
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