Postcards from Pinsk: A Novel by Larry Duberstein

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Postcards from Pinsk: A Novel

'“Orrin Summers is a man of parts, intellectual and funny, and on his painful voyage of self-discovery he caroms off a wonderful cast of characters . . . Mr. Duberstein has an eye and an ear for the truly comic, and he packs a lot of bittersweet humor and unfailing insight into mere 244 pages.” —The New York Times Book Review “This is a funny, charming book. It is an old-fashioned literary entertainment [in which] Duberstein tries to strike a balance between his own considerable comic gifts and his novel’s hard edges.” —American Book Review “An exuberant account of a man who discovers that a late midlife crisis is better than none at all. Sweet-natured with a quaint hero whom Duberstein handles with an appropriate wry tone. In all, an affectionate portrait of a lost soul who doesn’t know it until he finds out for himself.” —Kirkus Reviews'
'“Orrin Summers is a man of parts, intellectual and funny, and on his painful voyage of self-discovery he caroms off a wonderful cast of characters . . . Mr. Duberstein has an eye and an ear for the truly comic, and he packs a lot of bittersweet humor and unfailing insight into mere 244 pages.” —The New York Times Book Review “This is a funny, charming book. It is an old-fashioned literary entertainment [in which] Duberstein tries to strike a balance between his own considerable comic gifts and his novel’s hard edges.” —American Book Review “An exuberant account of a man who discovers that a late midlife crisis is better than none at all. Sweet-natured with a quaint hero whom Duberstein handles with an appropriate wry tone. In all, an affectionate portrait of a lost soul who doesn’t know it until he finds out for himself.” —Kirkus Reviews'
Publisher: The Permanent Press ISBN: 9781453294000 Pages: 244