The Reznik family folk tale.
This book is a fairy tale for adults and children. It was written under circumstances almost supernatural. But the story of it would never fit on the cover. I can only say that this fairy tale is rooted in gray antiquity. It is probably connected with the legendary Mahral of Prague. In any case, this book does not pretend to be a popular introduction to Kabbalah. Nevertheless, all references to Kabbalah and the Talmud are made competently and with the maximum precision that could be achieved in Russian translation and within the framework of a work of fiction. But most of all I made an effort to share with the reader those boundless love and admiration that I had for Gerari since childhood.