Enfold Me

Enfold Me

StevenGreenberg / Apr 04, 2020

Enfold Me Brutal imaginative the book s conclusion will startle San Diego Jewish World uly well writtenints the beautiful country s destruction in heartbreaking detail Jewneric Fear It remains a constant focus

  • Title: Enfold Me
  • Author: StevenGreenberg
  • ISBN: 9780985687311
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • Brutal imaginative the book s conclusion will startle San Diego Jewish World uly well writtenints the beautiful country s destruction in heartbreaking detail Jewneric Fear It remains a constant focus of life in the Middle East What we have, what we could lose, what others might or did take away from us The question Brutal imaginative the book s conclusion will startle San Diego Jewish World uly well writtenints the beautiful country s destruction in heartbreaking detail Jewneric Fear It remains a constant focus of life in the Middle East What we have, what we could lose, what others might or did take away from us The question is, do you control your fear, or does it control you Daniel Blum scientist, father, soldier has many reasons to fear He lost than he knows when the modern State of Israel fell, following a massive earthquake and Iranian led attack Torn from suburban family life and a budding career, Daniel is alone and scarred, enduring subjugation and terror in Hamas controlled Northern Liberated Palestine.Together with George Farrah, a figure from his past, Daniel journeys deep under the Carmel mountain, through Egyptian controlled, quake ravaged Tel Aviv, and ultimately to the ruins of a secret government research facility Haunted, Daniel strains the bonds of duty and family as he confronts a world he no longer understands, discovers unintended consequences of his actions, and plumbs the true depth of his loss.In the Middle East, tragedy on a biblical scale has been, for millennia, the starting point of many dark journeys The first dystopian Israeli fiction in three decades to be set in a realistic post Israel Middle East, Enfold Me is a compellingly cold journey, a cruel snapshot of a society in disintegration, and an examination of how one person can be both perpetrator and victim of tragedy.

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      • StevenGreenberg

        I am a professional writer and an Israeli I am also a full time cook, cleaner, chauffeur, and work at home Dad for three amazing young children, and the lucky husband of a loving and very supportive wife.Born in Texas and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, I emigrated to Israel only months before the first Gulf War, following my graduation from Indiana University in 1990 In 1996, I was drafted into the Israel Defense Forces, where I served for 12 years as a Reserve Combat Medic Since 2002, I ve worked as an independent marketing writer, copywriter and consultant.


    657 Comments

    1. This was my first read of a post-apocalyptic Israel novel, and it was very good. The premise is that Israel has experienced a very sudden and total collapse. The author takes us on a tour of two successor states: one controlled by Iran, and one by Egypt. Of course both enclaves are very anti-semitic, but with a significant difference. The portion dominated by Iran is reminiscent of Germany in the months following Kristallnacht, except a little more brutal. The Jews in Egypt's Portion are treated [...]


    2. I just keep thinking Wow. For readers wondering why the rest of the world might be willing to intervene in the Mideast, this could be an eye opener. For those already aware of the stakes, Enfold Me - A Novel of Post-Israel by Steven Greenberg, opens our eyes to more grim possibilities. The characters are believably intense, the scene set with a gritty realism born of an Iranian-defeated and controlled, post-Israeli state of "North Liberated Palestine." Well written, by a knowledgeable author bor [...]


    3. Enfold MeSteven GreenbergFear weighs heavily within the hearts of many. A nation plagued from birth with attacks, hate, blood-strewn bodies, violence and the hope that one day the world would accept its existence. Close your eyes and visualize the beautiful streets, landscapes, magnificent buildings, hotels, tourists and the bright sunshine that was Israel. The banks, the gardens and the water supply that once supplies the people enjoying the basic necessities of life each day not knowing that t [...]


    4. When I was six years old, my blasted older brother told me the story of Dracula and introduced me into a new emotion, sheer terror. I recall that same sinking feeling in my stomach now as I finish Enfold Me by Steven Greenberg. Because while the Count was unlikely to crawl into my room and suck my blood, the horror in this book was only a few short events away from being possible. A world where Israel had lost the war and had become Liberated Palestine. As a proud Zionist, I was haunted by this [...]


    5. One of the most thoughtful and disturbing books I have ever read. A riveting novel that takes a hard look at the political, social and economic realities in Israel and asks -- what if the unthinkable happens? What would the Middle East look like if (when?) Israel is obliterated? Seen through the ideas of a survivor and key operative in the Israeli resistance, this riveting tale of survival, suspense, and counter-espionage will keep you on edge. The plot is impeccably researched, weaves and twist [...]


    6. There is a lot to like here, and the author is the son of good friends (so read my review with that information in mind). We were fortunate enough to have him speak at our book club meeting in August and share some really interesting insights into his writing process and how he interpreted various elements in his novel.Steven has a wordy descriptive style that takes some time to warm up to. This novel is also very dark and very violent. The complete lack of anything approaching a fully-formed wo [...]


    7. Israel is gone. An earthquake followed by a military take over has completely destroyed it. Now, Jews and Christians are shunned, ridiculed, abused, and killed. They are not allowed to have necessities like electricity and running water, they cannot travel on foot, and they must wear arm bands like the Jews in Nazi Germany. The story takes place around Daniel. He is barely surviving on a garden that he started before the fall and sneaks using the electricity he has from his solar panels. Daniel [...]


    8. Post-Israel's reality under Arab rule grabbed my attention right away when I picked up this free Kindle read. Written by an American Jew who now lives in Israel, I figured this book would be enlightening. While I did learn a lot, there was always something off-kilter in the story which is cleared up in the (at times excessively gruesome) end. Part of me wonders if this isn't a self-published book that wouldn't have made the cut with a publisher.


    9. Excellent, intense story of a regular American guy who moved to Israel, then was a victim of circumstance as the country fell to other Mideast countries in a war. The book tells the tale after the Fall, as the American, Daniel, tries to leave. Written by a native Ft. Wayner, who now lives in Tell Aviv, this is written with insider's knowledge of several topics, including geography, politics, history, and biology.


    10. It was a serious book. One that makes you think and evaluate. That being said, I felt disjoined from the main character and was not able to get the full depth of feeling the writer was trying to convey. This review was given in exchange for a copy of the book provided by and the author.





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