"Rather than have one dog observing and commenting on the foibles of one owner, we have a dog who, through various incarnations, has many owners, returns as both male and female, and experiences the good and the bad, the triumphs and tragedies that each life brings, all the while gathering knowledge that will help in it's next life."
"The real life tale of a German tourist named Christian Gerhartsreiter who arrived in the USA at the age of seventeen and for 30 years lived a self created odyssey by masquerading as everything from an Ivy League educated aristocrat to a member of the Rockefeller family."
"The novel is filled with wonderful characterizations that are, at once, simple and complex, amusing and devious and a writing style that is ingeniously knowledgeable as it unmasks an unprincipled industry that rewards fakes and hoaxes with celebrity and wealth."
"Rarely am I surprised by my reaction to a book but EMILY AND EINSTEIN was a novel that filled me with unexpected pleasure. What I was expecting was a quiet afternoon respite of fluff and fun. What I got was a multi-faceted tale of self-reflection and healing."
"This is an easy read with short, concise chapters and a finale that you didn't see coming. If you like your protagonists vulnerable and very human and a book that challenges your own skills of detecting, this is the book for you. ."
"What is different and compelling about Klaven's approach to storytelling is that he presents us with a mystery within a mystery as well as some political and cultural questions that confront us on a daily basis."
"Lee Child is one of crime fiction's master perpetrators. He is guilty of enticing us into abandoning all of our other activities to delve into yet another adventure with his quiet protagonist, Jack Reacher."