Exodus

This song has been on my mind since last night! I mentioned Farante and Teicher to a younger friend. When I googled their names, I found that “Exodus” was one of their songs. Since I LOVED the book, the movie, and the song, my mind went into binge listen mode!
It’s a sign one of my clients who is from Israel and fought with the Israeli army needs to finish his book with me!

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by Leon Uris

A book I read in high school and have not forgotten it! The characters live in my heart. The music makes me teary as only music can. I graduated in 1961!

This #1 New York Times international bestseller tells the epic history of Israel’s birth through the eyes of two generations of Jews as they fight to reclaim their homeland. Leon Uris tactfully meshes together the story of two 19th century Jewish brothers who seek refuge in Palestine with the 20th century story of how Israel gained its independence after World War II. Rich in historical accuracy and compelling characters, this literary classic sheds light on the long history of the Jewish diaspora, their struggles for liberation, and the costs of war. One of Uris’s best works, Exodus is just as relevant today as it was when it was first published in 1958. The 1960 film adaptation…

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2 Responses to Exodus

  1. marymarvella says:

    Pat Boone, a Christian, wrote the words to Exodus on a Christmas card. Check this blog to learn why that is odd and wonderful!

  2. marymarvella says:

    That theme still haunts me! Not fair!

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