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What the community says about The Yiddish Policemen's Union
- "This book has so many twists and turns! It's a fast-paced sci-fi novel with a detective, a crime, and a mystery! Not my usual genre, but I had a lot of fun reading this. The glossary really helped me understand a lot of the Yiddish words, which was good because there is so much going on in this book. You definitely need to be paying attention and keeping track. This isn't a beach read, but it's so worth it!"
- "The Yiddish Policemen's Union by Michael Chabon is a science fiction and literary detective novel originally published in 2007. This book won the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Nebula Award for Best Novel, and more. The book is available in Hardcover, Paperback, Mass Market Paperback, Audiobook, Audio, CD, Multimedia CD and Kindle versions."
- "This book is wonderful! I thought from the title and description that I wouldn't like it, but boy was I wrong! Amazing plot, the authors way with words really draws you in. I was actually sad when the book ended, I was so enthralled with it. I really cant wait to read more books from this author."
- "It's a bit too cumbersome. I honestly had to stop halfway through - and I had about 200 pages left! The topic wasn't really interesting to me (I received this book as a gift) - the Jewish pursecution topic seems to be overdone in the past half century. The book would be much better, too, if the wordiness was cut down. Every so often I'd think, "get to the point, please!" Just not my type of book."