Echoes has received good reviews on Goodreads, and excellent ones on Amazon. The book was also well-reviewed by Amos Lassen, and on the Midwest Book Review in early 2020.
Amos Lassen, (LGBT and Jewish Community book critic) @ reviewsbyamoslassen.com: “Leblang beautifully uses his own life and his uncle’s as jumping off points to ask universal questions about how one deals with the desire to belong to a community. This is a quick read that has a lot to say.” (November 2019)
A deftly written, inherently interesting, deeply personal memoir, “Echoes of Jerry: One Man’s Search For His Deaf Uncle And His Own Voice” is a unique and unreservedly recommended addition to personal reading lists, as well as both community and academic library Contemporary American Biography collections.
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Echoes of Jerry is also available at bookstores in Cleveland and in Boston, and on Amazon! In Cleveland, check out Echoes at Mac’s Backs on Coventry, and in the Boston area, you can find the book at Porter Square Books in Cambridge, and at the Book Rack in Arlington.
My first book, Finding My Place (2nd edition), is available here, and at Porter Square Books in Cambridge.
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You can also purchase Finding My Place on Amazon.
Here is a link to the e-book