The Critics Adobe...DORFMAN!
Saturday, December 16, 2000 2:21:00 AM
by John Blumenthal
|"Frequently hilarious and unexpectedly touching... A poignant and finely crafted exploration of the legacies and burdens passed down from parent to children...Blumenthal succeeds here at something very difficult: he creates smart, funny characters who actually sound smart and funny."
— Publisher's Weekly
"Dorfman has a way with words and...moments of perception..."
"Blumenthal has a jaundiced eye and a wonderfully ironic style."
— LA Daily News
"Funny! Funny! Funny! Books like this don't come along that often."
— MSN Reviews
"Terrific! One of the best novels I've read in years!"
"A comic masterpiece!"
— Booksights Reviews
"The rump side of Hollywood. A very good novel."
"Unforgettable. A MUST READ!"
— Well-Worn Pages
"John Blumenthal has written a fast, funny story! He has a rhythm that will knock your socks up over your knees. "
— Rebecca's Reads
"More than worth its weight in entertainment value. John Blumenthal has taken an outrageous subject, injected it with a reality everyone can relate to, and sprinkled it with just the right touch of hilarity."
— Inscriptons Magazine
"While funny, the humor is a reflex to deal with the underlying story which has to do with family. Sometimes we simply need a book like What's Wrong With Dorfman? so we can laugh at our human condition."
— Mostly Fiction
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