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What are some Jewish books that have made a deep impact on your life?

My intro to Judaism class has introduced me to books that have radically altered by perception of traditions, expanded my mind, and have left me as what I believe to be a better Jew and person. (You can see more about my journey to Judaism in my post history)

I was wondering what books you have all come across that have also had a profound effect on you? Whether they be religious books or ones simply written by Jewish writers speaking on topics from their unique perspective.

I just finished Here All Along by Sara Hurwitz and I’m dying to crack open something that’ll give me the same sense of pride in my identity.

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