Fury: Book 2
A historical thriller of Palestine.
There are two sides to every story. This Amazon bestselling novel will make you think, make you cry and make you see the world in a different way.
Palestine, 1933: Rishou Hassan’s family have lived in Palestine for a thousand years. When a new kibbutz housing Jewish immigrants is built nearby, there are rumblings of discontent. But Rishou likes his neighbours and wants to live in peace.
When Hitler takes power and a war starts in Europe, the Zionists press for a homeland. For Rishou, the sudden influx of thousands of Jewish refugees threatens to change everything he’s ever known. In a confusing new world of ancient jezails and British-built tanks, home-made bombs and jeweled daggers, there seems to be no going back and no way forward.
With his village, his family and his life at stake, Rishou must make an impossible choice: keep the peace at all costs, or go to war for what he believes in.
‘Once you read one Colin Falconer, you’ll want to read everything he has ever written.’ Crystal Book Reviews.
‘I think Fury is Falconer’s finest work to date. I love his swashbucklers, but this story is so important and compelling… I’d like every lover of freedom to read and think about this book long after they turn the last page’.
Note: Fury comprises two books which tell a story from opposing points of view. Confronting, fast-paced and thought provoking, book 1 tells the story of a Jewish refugee, while book 2 tells the simultaneous story of three Arab brothers. Prepare to be challenged by this gripping story about the dark side of man.