The following are reviews of books written about Palestine. They have been generously written by APAN members. If you’ve also read the book, feel free to also leave your thoughts in the comments section at the end of each review.
by Susan Abulhaw Review by Brian Newman Susan Abulhawa has produced another powerful story of Palestinian resistance, a passionate, political tale. Not simply a novel, this book is part thriller, part history lesson, part love story, and part radical-feminist manifesto. … Continue reading
Author: Adina Hoffman Review by: Claudia Hyles Buy this book American writer, Adina Hoffman divides her life between Jerusalem and USA. She spoke recently on ABC RN’s Blueprint for Living about Till we have built Jerusalem. A much-acclaimed earlier book … Continue reading
by Rashid Khalidi.Review by: Frederick Rainger Professor Rashid Khalidi is the Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University in New York. The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine chronicles the many conflicts that have afflicted Palestine. Starting with … Continue reading
a novel by David KerrReview by Mark Furlong This novel purports to be even-handed and grounded in fact. In fact, the plot is profoundly partisan. For this reason it is impossible to review Wall of Tears without being a spoiler. … Continue reading