During a summer in the early sixties, in a disco on the Ashkelon beach, three people fall in love. Esther, who was educated in a religious high school, defiantly sneaks into the disco dressed in a sensuous new dress. Moise has just returned from Paris to attend his mother’s funeral. And Alex, the bartender, is a new immigrant from Buenos Aires. The ensuing love triangle is a perfectly orchestrated tempest of eros. By the end of this dazzling novel the reader understands that the historical events of the century, which has given rise to refugees but also to their will to survive, links the three lovers more intimately than their summer romance.