The Settler

| June 15, 2015


The Settler: A Political Love Novel (Historical Middle Eastern Romance Fiction)

The journey of a good girl to glittery party girl

What would you do if you were dragged out of your home by your own army?

Tel Aviv. Israel’s very own city of sin. And for Sarah Dakar, the metropolis becomes just that once she is evacuated from her home in Gush Katif, Gaza by the army she once loved and admired — an army to which her brother lost his life. She never believed the “Expulsion” — as she called this historic 2005 event — would happen. As she settles in Tel Aviv to begin university while her family adjusts to life in government housing, she begins to question the values she once held dear: belief in God and the Jewish state. The dance floor of the world-famous Tel Aviv nightclub, Atlantis, provides fertile ground for the rebel-in-waiting. Its liberal and charismatic owner, Ziv Harel, is more than glad to transform a “religious settler” into a nightlife queen .Their mysterious attraction leads both on a path of self-discovery, but how far will Sarah go to question who she is – and at what cost?

˃˃˃ Modern Israel comes to life through love, romance, dance, and music

Don’t visit or live in Israel without reading this book! Gain insights into Israeli society, politics and it’s vibrant nightlife scene through the journey of an intellectual curious one woman who is moved to challenge everything dear to her once she is forced to leave her home in Gush Katif.

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