Nine Love Letters by Gerald Jacobs is reviewed in the Jewish Quarterly

‘Refugees who have fled violence and persecution will always be haunted by ghosts from their past lives. Nine Love Letters reminds us how complicated these choices are. People can choose whether to leave or stay. They can choose whether to perpetuate the traditions and values of their families. But there is so much they cannot choose, even when they do eventually find refuge and safety and people to love.’

The Jewish Quarterly reviews Nine Love Letters by Gerald Jacobs. Get your copy of the book here today…