At eighteen, Paula is already a seasoned traveler, having begun life in England, crisscrossed the US as a young child, and survived a year in a London boarding school absorbing her mother’s heritage. But when she leaves home for Israel in search of her enigmatic father’s Jewish roots, her quest will change her life forever.
Seduced by the land, the language, and a man, she learns Hebrew on a kibbutz ulpan (a work/study program on a collective farm), then leaves for France, yet yearns to return to Israel. Navigating her odyssey from vision to reality, she will learn much more than two new languages―and realize that if she is ever to forge her own path and identity as an individual, she must also separate from her twin sister.
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