In the New York Times Sunday Review section, a gracious tribute to a beautiful book

September 7, 2011 at 6:32 pm (Uncategorized)

In “The Netsuke Survived,” Roger Cohen pays tribute to a poignant, beautifully written family memoir. The Hare With Amber Eyes was reviewed on Books to  the Ceiling in October of last year. 

5 Comments

  1. Nan said,

    I’ll come back and read it after I read the book. I’ve just bought it!

    • Roberta Rood said,

      I was reminded by The Hare with Amber Eyes why I don’t read many books concerned with the Holocaust. But I am deeply glad that I read this one. I feel enriched by it, which is about the highest compliment I can give a book.

  2. Nan said,

  3. Yvette said,

    I’ve just bought this, Roberta. Because of your recommendation AND Nancy Pearl’s. It’s sitting here waiting for me to get into a non-fiction mood.

    • Roberta Rood said,

      I think you’ll be glad of this purchase, Yvette. This is a very special book.

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