Where the Cranes Fly by Uri Palti

Where the Cranes Fly

byUri Palti

Kobo ebook | February 24, 2013

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Uri Palti begins his book “Where the Cranes Fly” with the immigration of his family to Australia in 1975 and takes us through his first years in Australia. He then goes back to the year he was born and continues to tell us about his interesting life until this very day. However, this isn’t just “another” biography: in between the fifteen life stories, he interweaves some 29 stories which are about anything one could think about – there are a few China stories from his vast and extended travels to China alongside stories about love – love to his family, to music to people and even to his Siamese cat… There are things that might have gone through your own mind but you never sat down to put them down on paper. There is the story about the Aborigines, you’ll find a letter to God and other letters to his father; stories about typical human behaviour such as “One little white button”, “My dentist” and others as well as an idea what to do on Wednesdays… You’ll find funny stories alongside sad ones and yet again, stories full of hope and out of the blue ideas next to a debate between a fork and a pen – in one word, you’ll find yourself identifying with most of the stories if not all of them – whatever brings a tear to your eyes or puts a smile on your face – they are all there, in “Where the Cranes Fly”.

Title:Where the Cranes FlyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 24, 2013Publisher:Uri PaltiLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1301215023

ISBN - 13:9781301215027

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