David Reich has written a funny, incisive novel about race, religion, and office politics. He’s fearlessly unpious, observant, and witty, but he’s also fair to his flawed and often enjoyably irksome characters. His gift for finding nuanced humanity in their semi-good intentions gives warmth and life to this quietly ambitious satire. -Carlo Rotella, author of Cut Time: An Education at the Fights.
David Reich’s thoughtful satire about a faithless Jewish editor of a magazine published by a post-Christian secular religion depicts a world where orthodoxy has replaced belief, where ideology has supplanted intelligence-a world easily mistaken for our own. -John Biguenet, author of Oyster and The Torturer’s
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