I compare this book to Mary McCarthy's The Group, and feel it has every chance to be a mini-series or as a big screen blockbuster. It's also perhaps the finest description of addiction and its effects on lovers, family, and friends in contemporary American fiction . . . use that quote in any manner you wish. - John Frederick, Documentary Producer, California This book is incredible. I read it twice! First, very fast. The second time I couldn't believe that you can be so uplifting - almost like Dr. Wayne Dyer - not only great with your quotes but your fiction is alive all the time. It reminded me of my own life story - my first marriage and surviving with two smart handsome boys in a tough city like New York. - Eva Pollack, Physical Therapist, New York I wanted to tell you that I read the first five chapters of your book and I couldn't stop reading though I am in the midst of moving. Though I spent many years in NYC City, it was at a later period. I am European. Yet, I loved the very human qualities of this dysfunctional family, the Brooklyn touches and certainly the Yiddish terms. I used to hear those from all my Jewish friends. It is all sooo New York. I'm looking forward to reading the rest! - Annouk Van de Voorde, Belgian writer who grew up in Africa and now lives in Arizona
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Published May 19, 2004
by Xlibris Corp.
Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction.