The Seven Good Years by Etgar Keret (53/52)

There were seven years between the birth of Keret’s son’s birth and the death of his father. Keret explores the human condition while being pissed about telemarketers in a pithy, awkward, insightful style. While living in Tel Aviv, he talks 9/11 and the constant fear of bombings in Israel while deciding his son may be a negotiating wizard. Excellent collection of essays.

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