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Lucinda RosenfeldIt's refreshing, though, to read a novel that makes a veritable game of its storylines. Referring to the family history outlined in Part 1, T Cooper the bar mitzvah guy (not to be confused with T Cooper the author) writes: "Not one lick is true, though some incidents are true, and others are true, but made up." … Is this true? Who knows, and, maybe, what does it matter? It is the story of Esther, not T, that resonates long after the book has been closed.
— The New York Times