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The Chosen by Chaim Potok
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Nov 01, 2007

it was amazing
bookshelves: read-young-adult

Also try The Promise, Davita's Harp, and the Asher Lev books. I first read these when I was younger, and I still read them over and over. The relationships in these books are quiet and beautiful, and the stories have a real depth of emotion. Read Chaim Potok now!

However, some people feel differently about this book:

Radhika rated it: 08/14/07

bookshelves: thecrapfrommatergayyyy

recommends it for: the cast of the ringer.

i was litterally gnna shoot myself when reading this boook. i couldnt evn stand it so i decided to buy the audio version on itunes and that was even worse and cost me like 20 dolllaa. i wass like heyllll nawww im not reading dissss but den i did cuzz i kinda had too. its about a jewish nerd who gets hit in the eye when the rivalryy jewish team hits him. they dont like eachother or something i dont know. it was all downhill from there. ysaaaaa heardd???
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message 1: by Heather (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:30PM) (new)

Heather I too read these books repeatedly as a kid. For a long time, my favorite book EVER was Davita's Harp. I need to delve into them again- it's been a long time.

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