#InternationalFiction #Feature | The Woman Beyond the Sea by Sarit Yishai-Levi | @FMcMAssociates @AmazonPub

Today I’m featuring another fantastic sounding piece of international fiction. The Woman Beyond the Sea is by Israeli author Sarit Yishai-Levi and translated by Gilah Kahn-Hoffmann. It will be published by Amazon Crossing on 21st March and I’ll be sharing an extract of the book as part of the blogtour.  It’s available to pre-order now. Thanks to Katya at FMcM Associates for sending me a copy.

About the book

An immersive historical tale spanning the life stories of three women, The Woman Beyond the Sea traces the paths of a daughter, mother, and grandmother who lead entirely separate lives, until finally their stories and their hearts are joined together. 

Eliya thinks that she’s finally found true love and passion with her charismatic and demanding husband, an aspiring novelist—until he ends their relationship in a Paris café, spurring her suicide attempt. Seeking to heal herself, Eliya is compelled to piece together the jagged shards of her life and history.

Eliya’s heart-wrenching journey leads her to a profound and unexpected love, renewed family ties, and a reconciliation with her orphaned mother, Lily. Together, the two women embark on a quest to discover the truth about themselves and Lily’s own origins…and the unknown woman who set their stories in motion one Christmas Eve. 

About the Author

Sarit Yishai-Levi is a renowned Israeli journalist and author. In 2016 she published her first book, The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem. It immediately became a bestseller and garnered critical acclaim. The book sold more than three hundred thousand copies in Israel, was translated into ten languages, and was adapted into a Netflix TV series that won the Israeli TV award for best drama series. Yishai-Levi was born in Jerusalem to a Sephardic family that has lived in the city for eight generations. She’s been living with her family in Tel Aviv since 1970. 

2 thoughts on “#InternationalFiction #Feature | The Woman Beyond the Sea by Sarit Yishai-Levi | @FMcMAssociates @AmazonPub

  1. This sounds like my kind of book. I’m getting quite a liking for historical fiction based on past real events. I have learned so much.

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