Kirkus Reviews has been running some advertisements for my book in their print magazine, as well as on their website.
While getting the word out about the book in paid advertising is fine, this excerpt from the Kirkus review itself is particularly nice to read:
Maroscher’s research, while reliant upon informal interviews with family members, is impressively meticulous and thorough. The author controls the narrative like an orchestra conductor, allowing each player’s contribution to have its part within the piece as a whole. Also, he’s refreshingly candid about his own life, particularly his sometimes-troubled teenage years, and he writes with wit and compassion.