By Chanoch Daum
This book is composed of four letters in which the author is addressing his father, his sector (the religious, settler, "whole Israel" people), God, and his wife. Most of it was complaints and accusations about the society and its expectations from young boys. I found the first 2 letters very whiny and full of redundancies. The following letters seemed a lot less redundant, and possibly a little less whiny. But maybe it was just because I got used to the writing? In the end was quite interesting.