The Golden Cage is eminently readable and generously spiced with vivid illustrations from Bruch’s own clinical case material. Her discussion of and generalization from this material are wonderfully astute. (Contemporary Psychology)
The story of the disorder itself is beautifully written, presented with a deftness, lightness, and accuracy that make the reader yearn to turn the page, to watch the unfolding of this very enigmatic disorder. This is the single most important professionally written book for laypersons and parents. (Shervert H. Frazier, M.D., McLean Hospital) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.