(Memoir, 292 pp. Hebrew, 2015; English translation 2015)
The seven years between the birth of his son in the midst of a terrorist attack and the death of his father from cancer are the ostensible subject of Keret’s first nonfiction book published in America. The short vignettes and ruminations are filled with wonder and life and love, poignant insights, and characteristically dark humor.
Review by Adam Wilson, New York Times, July 2, 2015
Review by Rachel Cooke, The Guardian, July 19, 2015
Review by Becca Kantor, Jewish Book Council
Becca Kantor interviews Etgar Keret, Jewish Book Council
Yanai Yechiel interviews Etgar Keret, Newsweek, August 1, 2015
Ramona Koval interviews Etgar Keret (57 min. video)