I happen to love the fantasy genre and I happen to love parodies and satire (and, of course, I absolutely *love* The Princess Bride, where the two intersect.)
Well, I just finished reading The Unhandsome Prince by John Moore which is also at the intersection of the two genres. While it doesn't have the "bite" that TPB has, it's still a wonderful read, especially if you're looking for something fun and light.
And there is a Jewish connection in the book.
Fantasy & parody? Terry Pratchett...
I actually read some of his early Discworld stuff years ago, but haven't looked at it since. Maybe it's time to pick it up again.
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