Dystopian Israeli Novel Tops Amazon Political Bestsellers

‘Enfold Me,’ a debut novel from Steven Greenberg, is currently ranked #1 in Political Fiction in the Amazon Kindle Store. It is the first serious Israeli fiction in three decades to be set in a tightly-conceived post-Israel Middle East.
July 25, 2012 - PRLog -- ISRAEL – July 25, 2012 – Debut author Steven Greenberg’s novel, Enfold Me, currently holds the #1 bestseller slot in Amazon’s Kindle Store, in the Political Fiction category. The book is ranked #10 in the Suspense category, and is climbing rapidly.

Set in a meticulously-created and chillingly-realistic post-Israel Middle East, Enfold Me is a story of personal loss, regional intrigue, and ex post facto national reckoning. Elegantly written and with geopolitical and historical oversight from an Oxford-educated archaeologist, Enfold Me is gripping in its plot and groundbreaking in its dystopian premise. The book poses a question from which Israeli authors have typically shied away: what happens when modern Israel ceases to exist? Enfold Me takes this formerly-taboo scenario as a starting point, and builds an accessible and compelling story within it.

Praise for Enfold Me

“…learn the true meaning of deceit, lies, hate, fear and finally responsibility in this outstanding novel…” – Fran Lewis

"…extremely compelling...truly well written...paints the beautiful country’s destruction in heartbreaking detail..." – Jewneric

Enfold Me - Plotline

Precipitated by a massive earthquake and an Iranian-led attack, the fall of Israel rips Daniel Blum from his suburban life and scientific career. Alone and scarred, he endures subjugation and terror in Hamas-controlled Northern Liberated Palestine.

Now, Daniel must follow George Farrah, a figure from his past, deep under the Carmel mountain and through Egyptian-controlled, quake-ravaged Tel Aviv. Haunted by tragedy, Daniel strains the bonds of duty and family as he and George uncover a secret that could alter the region’s balance of power.
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