Books by Richard Glaubman

LIFE IS SO GOOD by George Dawson
Released: Feb. 1, 2000

"Dawson's achievements are impressive and potentially exalting, but the gee-whiz nature of the tale degrades it to the status of yet another bowl of chicken soup for the soul, with a narrative frame as clunky as an old bone."
The memoir of George Dawson, who learned to read when he was 98, places his life in the context of the entire 20th century in this inspiring, yet ultimately blighted, biography. Read full book review >