I thought that it was very well written and I loved the story line and characters involved.
"The Collectibles by James Kaufman is one of those books that when you start reading it, you do not want to put it down because you want to know how it ends.
With well developed characters that are real and believable, this author tells a wonderful story.
I found it a little slow to begin with, but once I managed to understand what the main character was doing through all the jaw-dropping accounting/legal language, I was intrigued... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Judith Carsten-Petersen
James J. Kaufman, in writing "The Collectibles," has touched on very profound life truths. His telling of Joe's journey is well-written and uplifting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kitria
Great book, even better lesson for life. If only more people were able to have faith and trust that much the world would be a better place.Published 1 month ago by L.Wilson
What a fantastic story with so many lives intertwined. Each character is different and the author takes you through a intimate journey that you feel you are part if. Read morePublished 1 month ago by YDEK (MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA)
I am probably the only person who could not get thru this book. Oh how I wish I liked it, but did not hold my attention.Published 1 month ago by Tennessee9
Great book! There is a good story to it with several characters who are likable. It starts as a legal story when a lawyer helps a captain of industry to get out of financial ruin... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Terrence Connoy
I love to read about people who have values that guide their lives, and i like books written with little or no bad language. Joe, the central character, had values he lived by. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Louine B. Hunter
I truly enjoyed reading the book. Joe was indeed a heart warming individual doing corporal works of mercy. Thank you.Published 3 months ago by Susan Beredo