The Last Jewish Virgin: A Novel of Fate

Lilith Zeremba, a young woman rebelling against her intellectually complex, feminist Jewish mother, is The Last Jewish Virgin In this playful and provocative, sensual and suspenseful novel, Janice Eidus merges the timeless, romantic myth of the vampire with contemporary life in volatile New York City and beyond Determined to make her own way on her own terms as a succesLilith Zeremba, a young woman rebelling against her intellectually complex, feminist Jewish mother, is The Last Jewish Virgin In this playful and provocative, sensual and suspenseful novel, Janice Eidus merges the timeless, romantic myth of the vampire with contemporary life in volatile New York City and beyond Determined to make her own way on her own terms as a successful Jewish woman in the world of fashion, Lilith finds herself in a place where mythology and sexuality collide She meets two men to whom she is drawn in ways that feel dangerous and yet inevitable the much older, wildly mercurial and mesmerizing Baron Rock, and Colin Abel, a young, radiant artist determined to make the world a better place, one socially progressive painting at a time The Last Jewish Virgin, an innovative and universal tale of longing and redemption, refreshes and reinvents the classic vampire myth for a contemporary world in which love, compassion, faith, and politics are forever evolving and intersecting in surprising and original ways.
The Last Jewish Virgin A Novel of Fate Lilith Zeremba a young woman rebelling against her intellectually complex feminist Jewish mother is The Last Jewish Virgin In this playful and provocative sensual and suspenseful novel Janice Eid

  • Title: The Last Jewish Virgin: A Novel of Fate
  • Author: Janice Eidus
  • ISBN: 9781597093934
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I really enjoyed this, though it's pretty far outside my usual range and maybe I'm not fully competent to evaluate it the way I'm obviously not the intended audience for it.It's (sort of) the coming of age of a young Jewish woman, and therefore concern both her sexual awakening and working through her issues with her mom, as well as a side dish of Judaica, which is certainly a topic in the book but maybe not a conflict, per se. Of course, this coming of age thing is somewhat arch-- Lilith wants [...]

    2. Lilith, her feminist mother Beth, art teacher Mr. Rock and fellow student Colin, they could be the regular cast for a Young Adult coming of age story. That is, if it wasn't for the intriguing introductory paragraph. Soon after I started reading I forgot about the foreshadowing (or is it a flash-back?) of the age-old mystery that surrounds the life and death of vampires. Yes, The Last Jewish Virgin is a vampire story, and if you're a fan of the genre you'll probably be focused on that. But on ano [...]

    3. Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy: Read Julia's full review:allthingsurbanfantasy

    4. Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyE LAST JEWISH VIRGIN was a difficult book for me to write about, if only because I feel like I shouldn’t be reviewing it in the first place. Most of this book felt like an allegory that I couldn’t unlock, or a parable whose moral I didn’t understand. Despite a blurb that made me think this would be more accessible, I can say with confidence that THE LAST JEWISH VIRGIN shouldn’t be classified as Urban Fantasy or Paranormal Romance. My main point [...]

    5. I wanted to love this book. Vampire novel + feminism seems like it should be a really captivating read considering I am interested in both. However, I really had to make myself read this to the end, even though it's not a terribly long book. The pacing is a little on the slow side, and while that isn't always bad, there wasn't really anything to keep me hooked, aside from the title and the blurbs on the back cover. I kept waiting for feminism to come into the picture in all its glory, but unfort [...]

    6. The novel itself is well written, and I liked the fact that the author wrote the book from a feminist standpoint. The protagonist was unique, materialistic but steadfast and tenacious. I also liked her mother, who is a well-known researcher in women's issues in the Jewish culture. My main issue was the ending, I'm not going to give everything away; but, as a fan of vampire literature, it felt like a let down. Lilith (the protagonist) acted completely out of character. It made me wonder if the au [...]

    7. Where do I begin? Will not write all in one sitting. Chose this book by the title. Was drawn so I read, all in one weekend! This was a first for me by Janice Eidus. Read a couple of not favorable reviews in LoveList, and was not discouraged. This is not a run of the mill type of vampire story. It has it's own uniqueness. I'm lead to read "The Yellow Wallpaper."

    8. This page-turner puts a slightly feminist twist on the Vampire Romance genre and also mixes in some Judaica. I was hooked in spite of myself! A Blue Bookcase review is due for next week- I'll edit this with a link then.

    9. Somehow, I thought this was going to be a parody of the pure girl meets sexy vampire genre. The beginning is actually almost hilarious. But then it's just a vampire romance novel. It's quite good if you go for that kind of thing.

    10. Awful, awful, awful. Thank goodness it was short. Yet despite its brevity it was mind-numbingly repetitive. The story made no sense, the characters were unrealistic and confused, and it felt completely amateurish.

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