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Fiction, illustrated by Michael Hafftka. This brilliant novel, by one of the leading young voices in contemporary fiction, is best described by the poem with which it begins: Being the True Account of a Jewish Boy, Jonathan Schwarzstein of Tchernichovsky Street, Jerusalem, and his Post-Mortem Adventures in & Reflections on the Muslim Heaven: as Said to Me and Said through Me by an Angel of the One True God Revealed to Me at Night as if in a Dream. When a ten year-old Jewish boy is exploded on a Jerusalem street by a ten year-old Palestinian boy, he wakes up in a heaven no one in his tradition prepared him for, a heaven of others. Cohen's novel stands at the crossroads of a conflicted city, and word-play that both celebrates and dismantles tradition.
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Joshua Aaron Cohen (born September 6, 1980 in New Jersey) is an American novelist and story writer.
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