". . . a fascinating mystery about Jewish identity and meditation on belonging in America."
"With history and heart, L.M. Vincent takes an ingenious premise and creates a rollicking page-turner of two generations of nice Jewish boys attempting to penetrate Harvard's forbidden (to them) sanctums."
". . . a stylish and surprisingly gripping family drama. . . A compulsively readable university tale of identity and acceptance."
“. . . a thought-provoking fable about identity and assimilation—and a look back at the American class system at its most rigid and unforgiving . . . This one will leave you thinking about things past, and passing, and to come.”
"...readers will be mesmerized by the unfolding mystery alongside polished characters and rich parallel storylines."