Tales from an Israeli Storyteller

Tales from an Israeli Storyteller Tales from an Israeli Storyteller is an illustrated cycle of 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

  • Title: Tales from an Israeli Storyteller
  • Author: Uri Kurlianchik
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  • Page: 279
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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 him during an unholy ceremony on Mount Meron, where talking animals search forTales 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 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 Qumran, and where one clueless efreet keeps losing his wife in the Negev desert until a conscientious policeman comes to his rescue.While 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 world.

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    1. Uri Kurlianchik

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

    2. Manuel

      There are stories, and then there are tales.Windows are dangerous.A while ago I finished Uri Kurlianchik's Tales from an Israeli Storyteller, and it is a window. The tales told are short stories by definition, but tales by what they show (and don't show) the reader. There is so much left to the imagination, so many gaps to fill, futures to wonder about, possibilities to swirl inside your brain, it is a book that will stay with you for some time after you put it down - if you let it.I am German. [...]

    3. Beth Robinson

      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 wife.And as I read I realized that some stories were tied together, up through to the last story from the perspective of the storyteller himself, and that just added to the richness of the book.

    4. Mark

      "Tell me, what is the difference between loving everyone and no one?"This was fun. I found the writing initially choppy at first but quickly got over it. The stories are light colourful urban-fantasy like tales of horror, magic and just weird shit in Israel.

    5. Cape Rust

      Subtly Brilliantby Cape Rust · Dec 31, 2014Tales of An Israeli StorytellerBy: Uri Kurlianchik Genre(s): Fiction, Supernatural Publisher: Murderous RatDisclaimer: While I was given a review copy of this book, at no time did any rats standing on the carcass of a cow threaten to block my entrance into the trap door leading to heaven.Description: 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 i [...]

    6. Jonathan

      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 society.What 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 [...]

    7. Shawn Edrei

      "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 more. I particularly enjoyed the epigraphs that precede most of the tales, made up of classic quotes juxtaposed with more 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 a [...]

    8. Dominic

      Grimm Fairy Tales of IsraelI thoroughly enjoyed reading these stories. Some were a bit slow and required 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 Torah.

    9. Will More

      This is a collection of fantasy stories taking place in the middle east. Most set in modern Israel. Kurlianchik's writing has a rhythmic flow which subconsciously leads the reader into his fantastic worlds. These stories wouldn't work without it. They require the reader to suspend all disbelief. The modern is mixed with legend and fantasy, sometimes, even including Biblical history. However, Kurlianchik pulls it off, even puncturing some humor through the third wall, yet always at the right time [...]

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