Usually I just post reviews of business, tech or science books on the GreatLakesGeek site.
But I try to do other reading as well and just finished an interesting novel called The Yiddish Policemen’s Union by Michale Chabon.
As is stated in the review, "I like detective stories. I like alternative histories and I love the Yiddish language - it is so rich and descriptive. So I should have really enjoyed The Yiddish Policemen’s Union. I did enjoy it but not as much as I thought I would."
The framework of Jews finding refuge in Sitka "Alyeska" instead of Israel during/after World war II is a great place to start. But it never developed enough, in my opinion.
Yiddish is so rich, yet the alternative history development was not as deep as it could have been.
Still it's a worthwhile read. Check out my complete review.