The love affairs were tied together in a fascinating story, involving Shoshna, the daughter of the well-known Zionist leader Dov Bar Borochov and undercover police officer Tomas Vilkin; and Roni Berstein and Avraham ("Yair") Stern, the leader of the Lechi (Lochamei Herut Yisrael - Fighters for the freedom of Israel) underground organization.
It's a story about two men haunting one another, saturated with hate, and about two women who were forced to pay a painful price for their love.
The Red Days story is based on three years of research conducted in Israel and Great Britain.
Red Days is Ram Oren's 18th book. Many of his books have become best sellers and have been translated to many languages. Red Days includes magical music.
Please note: This title is in Hebrew.
©2006 Ram Oren; (P)2007 SonicBooks Ltd
Addicted to listening, Loves a good story and a good narration!
I like Ram Oren, the book is good, but stay away from this narrator. she is terrible. monotone, slow and child like. The story is good enough that i stayed with it, but i will never buy another book narrated by Liat!
Yes, I would buy more books by Ram Oren but not where Liat Shnapp is narrating.
The fact it was describing the history of my land and I believe it was a very accurate a true depiction of it (except the specific of the romance of course).
This narrator is very monotone and is probably the worst narrator I've every listened to from the close to 1000 audio books I've listened to in my life. She even makes mistakes in pronouncing names of cities or scientific terms. The producers should redo this book with a professional story teller or an actor.
It's too bad this narrator ruins a good story.
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