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SUMMARY Tales from an Israeli Storyteller

Him during an unholy ceremony on Mount Meron where talking animals search for justice among the demons and spirits of Ein Gedi where a Bedouin hero confronts a reportedly evil book in the caves of umran and where one clueless efreet keeps losing his wife in the Negev desert until a conscientious po Tales from an Israeli Storyteller offers a series of innovative and entertaining concepts as well as a surprisingly eclectic array of genres mystery horror comedy pseudo Biblical parables and I particularly enjoyed the epigraphs that precede most of the tales made up of classic uotes juxtaposed with contemporary cynical rebuttals it is this intersection of the mythical and the mundane that leads to the best stories in the book marred though they may be by uneven plotting and the occasional distracting tangent Still Kurlianchik does a solid job tying it all together

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Tales from an Israeli Storyteller

Tales from an Israeli Storyteller is an illustrated cycle of 20 short stories and novellas born from exploring the most iconic locations in Israel This is the story of the Israel you don’t hear about on the news – the Israel where an evil rabbi creates a smartass golem that comes back to haunt I like this book However I also wrote it so this might not be the most fair and balanced opinion out there

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Liceman comes to his rescueWhile some of the characters are hard to meet all the locations are real and very accessible making this book a guide to some very cool places as well as a modern fantasy setting inspired by the folklore and mythology of one of the oldest and youngest countries in the wor Israeli Storyteller is a book about Israel The Israel we all imagine it is a land of ancient creatures from various myths and religions living side by side with modern societyWhat will strike you most about this short story compilation as it did me is its variety and breadth It has funny stories touching stories sad stories action stories mystery stories Sometimes the protagonist is a human sometimes it s a desert dwelling goat that worships Allah Underpinning them and an implicit character in all is the land The land of Israel that has launched two major religions and was the site of a thousand Here the mundane and the fantastical meet and have great adventures together Or they end up in a Mexican stand off Depends on the story I guessAll is masterfully written by Uri Kurlianchik and inspired by real locations in real Israel you can visit so this book is somewhat of a travel guide if you wish it to be Beware of Djinns though


9 thoughts on “Tales from an Israeli Storyteller

  1. says:

    I like this book However I also wrote it so this might not be the most fair and balanced opinion out there

  2. says:

    There are stories and then there are talesWindows are dangerousA while ago I finished Uri Kurlianchik's Tales from an Israeli Storyteller and

  3. says:

    Really good modern fairy tales in an Israel where the supernatural is part of everyday life A couple just blew me away like one based on the idea that the Jews and Arabs were using time travel to create their own pasts and the one where a djinn was looking for his human wifeAnd as I read I realized that some stories were tied together up t

  4. says:

    Tales from an Israeli Storyteller offers a series of innovative and entertaining concepts as well as a surprisingly eclectic array of genres mystery horror comedy pseudo Biblical parables and I particularly enjoyed the epigraphs that precede most of the tales made up of classic uotes juxtaposed with contemporary cynical rebuttals it is this intersection of the mythical and the mundane that leads to the best stories in the book marred thou

  5. says:

    Grimm Fairy Tales of IsraelI thoroughly enjoyed reading these stories Some were a bit slow and reuired some slogging to get through For the most part that was not the case Throughout the reading I kept getting pulled back to the idea that this work is like the Grimm Fairy Tales but centered around Israel and stories from The Bible and The T

  6. says:

    Tell me what is the difference between loving everyone and no oneThis was fun I found the writing initially choppy at first but uickly got over it The stories are light colourful urban fantasy like tales of horr

  7. says:

    Subtly Brilliantby Cape Rust · Dec 31 2014Tales of An Israeli Storyteller By Uri Kurlianchik Genres Fiction Supernatural Publisher Murderous Rat Disclaimer While I was given a review copy of this book at no time did any rats standi

  8. says:

    Israeli Storyteller is a book about Israel The Israel we all imagine it is a land of ancient creatures from various myths and religions living side by side with modern societyWhat will strike you most about this short story compilation as it did me is its variety and breadth It has funny stories touching stories sad stories action stories mystery stories Sometimes the protagonist is a human sometimes it's a desert dwelling goat that worshi

  9. says:

    This is a collection of fantasy stories taking place in the middle east Most set in modern Israel Kurlianchik's writing has a rhythmi

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