- Author: Tamar Ferman-Avnisan
- Language: English
- Category: Literary Fiction
Accept Me For Who You Are
He has finally been granted the right to live his truth, but it may just be too late.
Asaf has a successful career, a beautiful apartment, and a loving relationship with his mother and sister. But there is one thing that weighs on him no matter how hard he tries to let it go. Ever since his father unintentionally walked in on him with another man, the two have been estranged, his father unwilling to accept what he sees as an abhorrent and sinful lifestyle.
But as it’s soon discovered, the estranged father’s objections are more complex than they seem and derive from a far darker fear.
Through struggles with latent desires, the tensions of a broken family, and the deep-sated human need to live one’s truth, both father and son must find a way back to one another, so they can realize that they’re not so different after all.