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Revenge of the Elders of Zion

Автором Dan Sofer

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Revenge of the Elders of Zion

Автором Dan Sofer

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3/5 (4 оценки)
Длина:
345 pages
7 hours
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Издано:
May 12, 2020
ISBN:
9781950139019
Формат:
Книге

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The most infamous secret society that never existed is back...
“Highly recommended!” - The Jerusalem Post
The world you know is a lie. Global events are controlled by the Elders of Zion. And David Zelig wants to join them. There’s only one problem. The Elders of Zion doesn’t exist. It never did. So David rolls his own secret society. But he’s not the only vigilante group in town.
With dark forces closing in on every side, the race for survival launches David and his friends from the skyscrapers of Manhattan through the secrets of Imperial Russia to an embarrassing relic from the dawn of Christianity.
Along the way, David will learn about hatred. He will learn about love. And he will discover a very unusual egg. The web of conspiracy he uncovers will boggle the mind.
As time runs out in this zany, high-octane, and deliciously dark comedy thriller, David will face a shocking possibility. Have his good intentions accidentally triggered the worst antisemitic attack on American soil ever?
Praise for the novel:
“Highly imaginative and hugely entertaining... a fast-moving thriller with a twist-and-turn of a plot that keeps the reader glued to the book, unable to resist turning the next page. Yet at the same time, the book is replete with dark humor that can occasionally induce outright laughter... The characters are well-conceived and convincing. The action is never-ending. What more could anyone want from a thriller? Revenge of the Elders of Zion is highly recommended.” - The Jerusalem Post
★★★★★ “Revenge of the Elders of Zion is one of the tallest tales you will ever read… very well-written and downright funny. If you are a fan of dark humor, you will thoroughly enjoy this.” - Readers' Favorite
★★★★★ “Da Vinci Code meets Mission Impossible in Area 51... This is a great read, which I devoured at one sitting. Recommended!” - Renaissance Writer
★★★★★ “Dan Sofer has once again created a story that targets timely issues while engaging the reader in a wild tale of dark humor and adventure. Revenge of the Elders of Zion is a thriller that just keeps giving.” - Christian Bookaholic
★★★★★ "Dan Sofer never disappoints. His wit and humor shine through his characters... What a fun escape from reality. I especially enjoyed the BIG surprise ending."
★★★★★ "This book goes from giggle to belly laugh... But, underneath all the laughter there runs a much deeper story... I loved it from start to finish."
★★★★★ "Settle in for a great read with more twists and turns than a Gordian knot."
★★★★★ "Impossible to put down!"

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  • (4/5)
    I was provided this book free of charge by the author for reviewing purposes.The blurb of this book sounded quite wacky and fun, so when offered the chance to review it I thought it would be a fun read, and I can now say that my initial impressions from the blurb were not in any way wrong.It's an enjoyable lighthearted book that doesn't take itself too seriously, David Zelig has been wronged and decides he's sick of being at the wrong end of peoples anger and discrimination, so he decides to start his own secret society. Yet he's not really sure how one goes about that, so he picks up some old propaganda material and tries to use it for a guide, then tries looking on the dark web were he stumbles into another secret society. From here it's a fun rabbit's hole of entertaining antics as this secret society isn't at all what he expected, and he and his friends then picked up by the FBI to infiltrate this secret society, upon which they find out there's yet another secret society seemingly at war with the former one.Overall, it was quite an enjoyable book and I think I shall now be looking at some of the authors other books as this was good.
  • (2/5)
    This is a YA coming-of-age comedy about a young Jewish man named David Zelig who was recently swindled out of his deceased father's big production company by an "anti-Semite". He vows revenge, and tries to enlist the help of the Elders of Zion, only to discover they don't exist... so he teams up with his buddies Jordan and Mitchell to form their own secret society, the Trio. Suddenly they are swept into a world of conspiracy and espionage, encountering other secret societies and government agencies, from Islamic terrorists, to the Knights Templar, to the so-called Black Hebrew Israelites, to neo-Nazi factions, to the FBI, the CIA, and the NSA.I thought that this book was very biased, and occasionally even hateful. According to this book, it seems every religion except the Jewish one has a secret society. It is very anti-"gentile". Jews are portrayed as a poor persecuted people. Christians are portrayed as A) people like the Knights Templar, "an ironic mix of puritanical mores and inhumane cruelty",) people like David's non-Jewish girlfriend, with corrupt morals and no problems with premarital sex, or C) people like the insane cave-dwelling descendants of Tsar Nicholas of Russia, who think that being a Jew makes somebody a beast worthy of death. Muslims were portrayed as Jew-hating Islamic terrorists. Black Hebrew Israelites were not mentioned often, but when they were it was either neutral or as hostile shooters of Jewish people. No other religions or belief systems are portrayed favorably.Whether or not the intent of the book was to offend, I do not know. I tend to think it was satirical. However, the fact that the book was propagandic and biased was rather obvious. For somebody who talks about hate as much as the author does in this book, he seems to show little grace or love for non-Jews to picture them in the way he portrays them. I also thought that the humor in the book, while it may appeal to some, was sophomoric and at times rather crude, and it contained some mature content that may not be appropriate. Also, the story had a few unexplained holes in it that I was hoping for answers to, but there were none, at least not within the book itself. My personal rating of the book would be two stars.