I Meant To Divorce My Wife Not My Daughter
Zev Lewinson, author
This incredible, non-fiction account of events will leave the Orthodox Jewish community (along with the other two Abrahamic religions), our criminal divorce court system, and God himself torn to shreds. It is a fascinating page-turning tale of fatherhood, love, marriage, family, and religion that will leave you mesmerized. Braided throughout with humor and tears, this story is a must-read for anyone who is thinking about marriage, in a marriage, or post marriage. It's a book that every spouse, every mother, father, lawyer, citizen, and even God himself, needs to read. Your life will never be the same. This riveting expose of insular Jewish life penned by a Talmudical scholar, teacher, writer, and publisher of children's books, who suddenly found himself maliciously prosecuted and the recipient of outrageous protection orders and criminal court trials upon filing for a simple divorce after being "happily" married for twenty-eight years will leave you breathless. It is a very personal, searing narrative of beautifully-woven bricolage events and encapsulating stories that include the diamond trade, the Holocaust, and quite a bit of world history, that will leave you emotionally spent. Or enlightened. Either way, this story is a life-changing event that will leave you spellbound.