2 New Book Reviews For ” The Rebel and The Rabbi’s Son” by Izzy Eichenstein

 

The Pilgrim’s Progress” of our time., May 12, 2014
By Aaron M.

This review is from: The Rebel and The Rabbi’s Son (Perfect Paperback)
There were moments when I laughed out loud and there were pages that were drenched by my tears. How many of us would have the courage to examine our lives with such unflinching honesty. This volume which purports to deal with a narrow insulated segment of our society actually represents an exploration of great universality. Benvenuto Cellini instructed us that when we reach the age of 50 and have something to say it is our obligation to do so and boy does Izzy Eichenstein have something to say! I recommend this book to anyone who’s interested in examining the fundamental nature and psychology of men.

5.0 out of 5 stars A very brave and compelling memoir, May 7, 2014
By Madeline40 –

This review is from: The Rebel and The Rabbi’s Son (Perfect Paperback)
In his memoir, Izzy Eichenstein, gets down into the depths of his being to reveal the deepest and darkest secrets and truths of his life. He has left himself raw and vulnerable on the page for the world and his estranged extended family to see. That is why, as he’s shared, he feels like a thousand pounds has been lifted off his back. Writing this real and compelling book has enabled Eichenstein to come to terms with who he is with respect to his family, his extended family, his profession, and his Judaism.

I applaud this brave and forthright book. It will surely be an example to others who are looking for their own truths. Mr, Eichenstein has given us all a lesson in memoir writing.

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