Community One Read with Mitch Albom in Conversation with Rabbi Irwin Kula
Join Jewish Book Council for a conversation with Mitch Albom on his new novel The Little Liar. Invite your community’s book clubs and readers to participate!
Beloved bestselling author Mitch Albom returns with a powerful novel that moves from a coastal Greek city during WWII, to America, where the intertwined lives of three Holocaust survivors are forever changed by the perils of deception and the grace of redemption. A moving parable that explores honesty, survival, revenge and devotion, The Little Liar is Albom at his very best. Narrated by the voice of Truth itself, it is a timeless story about the harm we inflict with our deceits, and the power of love to ultimately redeem us.
Author, screenwriter, philanthropist, journalist, and broadcaster Mitch Albom is an inspiration around the world. Albom is the author of numerous books of fiction and nonfiction, which have collectively sold more than forty million copies in forty-eight languages worldwide. He has written eight number-one New York Times bestsellers — including Tuesdays with Morrie, the bestselling memoir of all time. Albom has also written award-winning TV films, stage plays, screenplays, a nationally syndicated newspaper column, and a musical. Through his work at the Detroit Free Press, he was inducted into both the National Sports Media Association and Michigan Sports halls of fame and was the recipient of the Red Smith Award for lifetime achievement. Following his bestselling memoir Finding Chika, and Human Touch, he returned to fiction with The Stranger in the Lifeboat, which debuted at #1 on the New York Times Bestsellers List after being #1 on Amazon. His newest New York Times bestselling novel, The Little Liar, was released in fall 2023.
Irwin Kula, a 7th generation rabbi, is a disruptive spiritual innovator. A rogue thinker, author of the award-winning book, Yearnings: Embracing the Sacred Messiness of Life and President-Emeritus of Clal-The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, he works at the intersection of religion, innovation, and the science of human flourishing. A popular commentator in both new and traditional media he is co-founder with Craig Hatkoff and the late Professor Clay Christensen of The Disruptor Foundation whose mission is to advance disruptive innovation theory and its application in societal critical domains. He serves as a consultant to a wide range of foundations, organizations, think tanks, and businesses and is on the leadership team of Coburn Ventures where he offers uncommon inputs on cultural and societal change to institutional investors across sectors and companies worldwide.
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