I just finished this book in less than 8 hours. This might be revealing too much about my lack of an active social calendar, but it’s really a testament to how good the book is.
Moshe Kasher’s memoir about his troubled youth made me feel many things. I wanted to yell at him, hug him, marry him and now just want to read his book again.
Basically, I’m saying to go get this book. I don’t think I need to make it any clearer and I do think we should talk about that, too.
P.S I don’t know Moshe, but his words made me cry and to me that’s a sign of a good human.