"I found myself thinking about the story many times after it ended. When a book haunts a reader , you know you've done an excellent job." - Writers Digest Judge
True Book Addict reviews The Debt of Tamar
"This story cannot simply be categorized as historical fiction. It is that, but it is also literary fiction at its finest."
Seize The Moment reviews The Debt of Tamar
"One of the best books ever."
Just One More Chapter reviews The Debt of Tamar
"It was almost poetic and had me totally mesmerized...The book will stay with you long after you are finished..."
History Undressed reviews The Debt of Tamar
"I had the pleasure of reading Nicole Dweck's debut novel, The Debt of Tamar, and it blew me away."
Miss Book Lovers Gives The Debt of Tamar
"A spellbinding read that you will not want to put down. You will see how one person's actions affect the world around them. Like me, you will be hooked and endure a journey of love, heartbreak, and strength...."
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"When my co-blogger Jenifer told me I had to read this book, I knew it would be a good one...she didn't let me down! The Debt of Tamar is an experience. Nicole Dweck pulls the reader in from the first page up until the last word..."
For The Hook of a Book reviews The Debt of Tamar
"It touched the five senses through words and left me enveloped and engaged, so much so that I couldn't put the book down. I Stayed up all night reading this book until I collapsed crying and emotionally spent from the impact of the story."
Magic Moments Gives The Debt of Tamar
"Nicole Dweck is a very competent writer...She writes in poetic prose, elevating the mood of the situation in just a few lines that are so profound in their meaning. ."
Literary Inklings Gives The Debt of Tamar
"Ambitious and beautifully crafted...There is nothing predictable about The Debt of Tamar..."
ReadLately.com reviews The Debt of Tamar
"A sweeping saga of a novel...dizzyingly good...magnificently done"
Meredith Sue Willis Books For Readers
"...The love story is moving, but perhaps the understated theme of Jews and Muslims intertwined in their commonalities is what really powers this surprising debut novel."