‘An acute portrait of the uneasiness and claustrophobia of family life . . . Engrossingly readable’The Times
‘What Gekoski brings . . . is subtlety and restraint, crafting an affectionate portrait of Jewish family life across generations. A quiet story, it's economically told and freighted with resonant themes’Mail on Sunday
‘An engrossing read . . . An authentic portrayal of a particularly captivating time and place’Financial Times
‘An affectionate portrait of the author’s family, drawing on Gekoski’s childhood in America . . . What the novel captures are the passing moments, the days we live in’Spectator
‘InA Long Island Story Gekoski turns a forensic eye on the subtlest nuances of family life and, in the process, introduces us to the fears, desires, and compromises of a generation. This is a deeply honest portrait of life, the big and the small of it, the sorrows and the joys’ REBECCA F. JOHN, Costa-shortlisted author ofThe Haunting of Henry Twist
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