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Do you really want to delete this prezi? Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. Comments 0 Please log in to add your comment. He is given an assignment to find the owner of a stray dog from his summer job at the pound. The dog, Dinka, runs him into a pizza man, a confounded nun, and a haughty police officer.

The clues add and eventually Assaf discovers he needs to find a fifteen year old girl, named Tamar. Meanwhile, Tamar is also seeking something. She shaves her head as a disguise and distances herself from her family and friends. She is searching for her younger and drug addicted brother.

She becomes a street musician and sings in an effort to find her brother, who plays the guitar and is in trouble on the streets. However, Assaf is given Dinka and is challanged to find Tamar. Although he could give the dog to the house where the name tag reads, he knows Tamar is in trouble and is destined to find her! Tamar, leaves her family, her home, and her life to become a street performer all as a plan to find her brother. The conflict for Assaf is that he literally has no clue who Tamar is and he has to use clues from the people he meets to see if he can somehow add them together and find Tamar.

In addition Tamar is living and constanlty singing on the streets as a way to be discoverd by performance scouts and be taken where her drug addicted brother is.

This is especially hard for her because she is a shy girl who only seeks her diary as someone to communicate with. Trevor Jurecka English Excerpt from the book "I will get you out of here; she transmitted the message to him silently, praying he would read her mind.

I don't know how, but you'll see, I will get you out, with or against your will, and I will keep you clean and bring you back to what you once were, my brother, my brother. However he begins to grow when he meets the dog, Dinka. She forces him to talk to people to search for clues in order to find Tamar. He becomes a focused, more determined person and as he starts running with Dinka, he realizes how badly he misses track, and his passion is re-lit.

His life opens up as he is inspired to be more like the person he wishes he could become rather than the one he is. Tamar is similar to Assaf because she too was shy and used her diary as the only way of expressing herself. She transformed into a girl who is not afraid to stand up for what she believes and she fights with power.

When that doesn't work, she fights even stronger with nothing stopping her. Overall The overall story was fascinating and I never wanted to put the book down once I began to read it. Especially if you are a dog lover, this book will make you want to go home and hug and be thankful for your dog. Also, it made me appreciate what I have and that I need to be grateful. I would definitely encourage someone to read this book and the book has been made into a movie, but since the setting of the book and the author is from Israel, it is in a different language.

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Someone to Run With by David Grossman

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Easy read but hard for me to follow Too many characters to follow with names that made it difficult to follow as they all had nicknames. Also the 'slang' they used did not translate very easily. Easy read but hard for me to follow along with the above comments. What a beautiful book; Grossman's characters are so alive that they dance off the page.

And I have never yet read a book- until now - in which the author manages to get into the mind of a dog and make her as vital as all the other key players! Best of all, this book is based in the reality of modern Israel and still manages to be magical at the same time.

David Grossman came to the attention of English-speaking readers when his novel 'See Under: Love' was published in the late 80s.

I was a teenager at the time and it was one of those big, ambitious, monster novels you come across only a few times in your life; I'd compare it to Marquez or Pynchon, a dense, harrowing, weirdly magical experience. Grossman is a highly visible public intellectual in Israel, writing books about the Israel-Palestine conflict and urging on the Israeli government the necessity of negotiating with moderate Palestinians, which would make him seem wildly radical to a lot of western observers if it weren't for the fact that the Israeli government tends to be far to the right of the average Israeli citizen.

His son was killed in while serving as a soldier in the Israel-Lebanon war, and Grossman made a memorable speech at the end of that year, castigating his government for its refusal to pursue a meaningful peace process and for destroying the lives of Israelis and Palestinians. This is a state-of-Israel novel disguised as a kind of teenage adventure story, in which a boy trying to reunite a dog with its owner meets a girl trying to infiltrate a dodgy underworld syndicate of street performers.

Grossman is alert to the corruption and demoralisation of Israeli society, but he can also tell a gripping yarn when he wants to, and this is a much zippier novel than 'See Under: It's hard to see how he made a story of desperate young people trying to find a way to live in a corrupt, violent, greedy milieu so enjoyable, but he did.

I can't understand the comment from the reader who didn't like it, and I think that someone who clearly can't write has a nerve criticising an expert stylist like Grossman even if what we're actually getting is Grossman translated into English. This is a wonderful, sensitive, and special book.

Written in a beautiful vivid language, this is a breathtaking narrative of young persons' discovery of love, the importance of family, their own courage and of life outside of the protected universe of middle class family and friends. Couldn't put it down after reading the first few pages, and wept from joy when I got to the last page. The narrative is set in present day Jerusalem, which perhaps adds an exotic dimension to the story and makes it even more interesting.

This is a very unique and unusual incarnation of "coming of age" novel, highly recommended to young adults and grownups.

One person found this helpful. Hard to believe that this is the same author who wrote the puerile 'ZigZag Kid'. This was really good. I'll never look at a busker - in Israel or anywhere - the same way. Good depiction of addiction too, I thought, and for once I think the split narrative really worked. I read this book on holiday and afterwards wondered whether I had accidentally bought a book written for a teen readership. Having just checked back on Amazon, I don't think that's the case.

The book was badly written with unnecessary explanations of people's pasts when any intelligent reader could have inferred their histories from earlier hints.

I felt this patronised the reader and leaves little mystery. Had the storyline been better, the poor style may have been less noticeable. While it is a nice teen love story, and I think I would have loved the book when I was 12 or 14, the story is predictable and, therefore, a little dull.

I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone over the age of See all 7 reviews. Would you like to see more reviews about this item? Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. Feeling he knows her, and knowing he loves her Asaf is determined to find Tamar and Very enjoyable especially for locals who recognize every alleyway and every coffee bar.

Not sure how it will go over in the foreign market. But a local hit for sure! Story tells of a young teenager who runs away from home,winds up in hostel for homeless kids all hoping to be the next big music discovery. She ends up being exploited by a no-good drug dealer and loses her dog. A boy, Assaf, comes looking for her, the dog leading him through her usual Jerusalem haunts, the pizzeria, the place downtown where she hangs out with other young music hopefuls and so on Shan't spoil the ending.

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Apr 19,  · its real hard to answer your question because i don't know what you want to run from or run to. its best to have a survival plan and a source for food shelter and clothing and to travel with a friend. i am 59 yrs. old and have been wanting to runaway from my responsibilities for years but i don't want to be alone either. usually when i think Status: Resolved. Someone To Run With David Grossman PLOT SUMMARY In Jerusalem, Israel, Assaf is a lonely, sixteen year old boy. He is given an assignment to find the owner of a stray dog from his summer job at the pound. The dog, Dinka, runs him into a pizza man, a confounded nun, and a haughty police officer. Definition of have a run-in in the Idioms Dictionary. have a run-in phrase. What does have a run-in expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.