Title: Apostate

Author: Deborah Feldman

Translator: Shabnam Sultanpour

Publisher: Azarmidakht

Subject: Jews-USA-New York-Biography

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 264

Language: Farsi



Introducing the book of Unorthodox: the scandalous rejection of my Hasidic roots
The apostate narrates the story of Esther Shapiro, a girl from the Hasidic Jewish community in the Williamsburg area of ​​Brooklyn who decides to flee New York and start a new life in Berlin due to religious and family strictures. His wife, Yankee, travels to Germany with his cousin Moshe to bring him back, and they face special challenges and events.

Throughout its flashbacks, the book reveals more and more truths about Estee’s past, and depicts his difficult and unbelievable lifestyle in the Hasidic orthodox Jewish community. The series finally tells its story and finally Estee with a calm process and surprises the audience with the strange lifestyle of Hasidi people.

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