The Aleppo Codex Reviews
"Starred Review. Friedman delivers an atmospheric, tense story about the destruction of a sacred relic, raising inevitable questions about who owns a people's historical treasures." - Publishers Weekly
"Through the Levantine haze and a millennium of safekeeping, a carefully paced narrative of purloined Judaica." - Kirkus Reviews
"The Aleppo Codex could be read as a thriller. It could also be read as a history of the Jewish people, or as a meditation on history and myth. This great book comes closer to containing everything than any book I've read in a long, long time." - Jonathan Safran Foer
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