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A young Ohio architect, Nathan Goldstein, testifies at a 1979 Congressional subcommittee hearing about his experiences with the national examination required to obtain his license to practice his profession. A retired professor of English, Walter Rubin, visits Ellis Island searching for meaning in his memories of his arrival there in the 1930's. In 2005, their stories come ...more
Paperback, 456 pages
Published August 1st 2008 by Domar Books, LLC
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Jennifer Defoy
Mar 29, 2009 Jennifer Defoy rated it it was ok
I never follow the 50 page rule, I almost always try to read a book the whole way through. But I just couldn't get into this one.

I think the story has merit, and had I been able to get over my dislike for the writing style, maybe I could have finished it. But the way this book was written was just not for me. I think there was a bit too much detail and that the dialogue was a little dry.

I really wanted to like this one, but as the story starts out at a congressional hearing my mind wandered, mu
Melanie marked it as to-read
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