The Almond Tree, by Michelle Cohen Corasanti, reaches number 1 in Political Fiction on

6 Mar

Why does Israel get away with treating the Palestinians the way they do? The world’s people are largely unaware of the plight of the Palestinians. Check this book out, then please share widely:

Garnet on Publishing

Michelle Cohen Corasanti‘s novel The Almond Tree (Garnet Publishing), reached number 1 in the category of Political Ficion on in January 2013 and has been listed among the top 100 political fictions on This outstanding novel is available both as paperback and ebook.

The International Writers Magazine has called the novel ‘so personal, so harrowing, yet so full of hope and triumph over evil, you desperately want it to be real.’

The Almond Tree, compared to the Kite Runner, is the story of the Palestinian young man Ichmad, who gifted with a mind that continues to impress the elders in his village, struggles with the knowledge that he can do nothing to save his friends and family. Living on occupied land, his entire village operates in constant fear of losing their homes, jobs, and belongings. But more importantly, they fear losing each other.

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