"We are certain that both the educational and ethical content of
these letters will play a significant part in deepening Jewish
identity in Israeli society and promoting unity and love of God."
-- Rabbi Haim Drukman, Director of the Center for Bnei Akiva
This book of perceptive letters written back and forth by two young Israelis, one in a hesder yeshiva and one a highschool kibbutznik, is an important read as we deal with our nations spiritual, material and security problems. I was taught long ago that a human being has many facets, but that what we should never forget is the spiritual element that Judaism defines in its own special manner. - Jerusalem Post April 2013
Letters to Talia is highly recommended for readers of both religious and non-religious backgrounds alike, as it exemplifies how a respectful dialogue can lead to a greater understanding and appreciation of anothers culture and background. Eliyahu Rosen