Books by David Hapgood

THE TIME OF THE UPROOTED by Elie Wiesel
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 16, 2005

"A humane, optimistic tale most eloquently told."
"Do you know why God created us? So we could tell one another stories." Novelist, memoirist and folklorist Wiesel (Wise Men and Their Tales, 2003, etc.) blends fiction, legend and perhaps reminiscence in a moving tale of a fast-disappearing time. Read full book review >
NON-FICTION
Released: Nov. 2, 1993

"What's more, the author has stars in his eyes, so none of the significant questions are asked—above all, what purpose does the Pearl really serve? (Sixteen pages of photographs- -not seen)"
Hapgood (coauthor, Monte Cassino, 1984, etc.) indulges his love of theater by dogging the steps of Shepard Sobel, artistic director of Manhattan's Pearl Theatre, during the company's 1991-92 season. Read full book review >