Fantastic interview with Gerald Jacobs in the Jewish Chronicle Magazine

nine-love‘The writing, too, stands out. It reminded me of a memoir or, at times, reportage, with its rush of anecdotes, telling the stories of family, friends and neighbours in a few packed pages, moving back and forward in time, with an omniscient third-person narrator. There was something about it that felt different from other novels covering familiar ground…’

The Jewish Chronicle on Nine Love Letters by Gerald Jacobs. Read the full article here: nine-love-letters-jewish-chronicle and get your copy of the book here today.