Author: Kenneth Ngwa
ISBN 978-1-60264-569-1 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-60264-708-4 (eBook)
A two-state solution, the war on terror; these are topics synonymous in the minds of many with Israel. Here we have an oddity, a book about Israel not dealing with the overly sensationalized. Interesting, surprising, and often times funny, "Brothers Don't Travel" paints Israel as a quirky country still on the verge of realizing its place in the world. African refugees, ultra-Orthodox Jews, hash-smoking tourists; a clash of cultures, each story shedding new light on the people who inhabit this tumultuous region.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kenneth Ngwa is an African-American writer, born in 1983 in Bangui, Central African Republic. He received an honorary mention in Freight Train Magazine for his first novel titled "Brothers Don't Travel: Short Stories of Israel."
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