• Reflection [Hebrew Edition]

  • By: Yaakov Kamin
  • Narrated by: Liat Shnapp
  • Length: 22 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
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Publisher's Summary

Reflection - a novel about humor and cruelty; about evil, lust, and loss; about strength of family; about the power to overcome pain; about the power to laugh; and, above all, about the power to be human.

When Mark is about 11 years old, he is found by Harry - drunk, homeless, and wandering. Harry adopts the child, and together they build for themselves a perfect world. A world where nothing is missing. One day, however, Harry discovers that Mark is not who he thought he was, and the picture is completely reversed. Who is Mark? What is Mark?

Noah grew up without a father in a completely normal town, but at the age of 16, someone or something tries to kill her. Something unknown saves her life and takes care to preserve it at all costs. Why? What is it? What is the connection between her and her missing father?

Fat is a brilliant police inspector who solves puzzles with grace. One day he encounters a mystery whose solution could change his life, the lives of those around him, and the world. Will Fat accept the challenge?

Archie has the best restaurant in the world. The whole point of his life is to cook and feed his guests. One day someone enters the restaurant. Meeting her will change his life forever.

Norman Milo is a warden in a prison that no one ever escaped from. But one day Norman comes to his watch and discovers, to his horror, that the most dangerous prisoner escaped.

All of these people, with a variety of other characters - and quite a few cats - find themselves in a bizarre adventure across borders and limits, with horror and humor, which are used interchangeably. And thus they are forced to answer fateful questions: Is our world really as simple as it seems? Are the unknown forces around us playing with us - or asking that we extend them a helping hand?

Reflection is Kobi (Jacob) Kamin's second book . He is an avid book lover and owner of the oldest bookshop, East of Eden (Kidmat Eden).

Please note: This audiobook is in Hebrew.

©2006 Kidmat Eden (P)2014 SonicBooks

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