[Book Review] A Humorous New Release from Sarah Lavane

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By Sarah Lavane

Sarah Lavane brings a conversational style to her memoir on the challenges of being a single woman in the world of Orthodox dating.

Lavane’s story is very relatable, even for those dating outside the Orthodox community. Her experiences are at times funny and at times heartbreaking. Lavane gives a very honest take on the challenges women face in a culture that strongly values the family unit. Her take on the very real pressures and frustrations that come with the perceived ‘race to the chuppah’ is refreshing.

Lavane’s willingness to be vulnerable in sharing her own experiences sheds light on the need for greater sensitivity surrounding this important life event. As well as providing inspiration and hope to those with similar experiences.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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About Sarah Lavane

Sarah Lavane is an avid reader and lives in New York. She’s always been intrigued by the transformative power of words, languages and books. She has dabbled in prose and poetry in the past. Unmatched is her first book.

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