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"Good-bye and Amen is a tour de france of structure and voice. Gutcheon had me at the first sentence and I didn't put the book down until I had finished it. Marvelous and memorable."
-- Karen Joy Fowler, author of Wit's End and The Jane Austen Book Club

"An undeniably rich, no-holds-barred portrait of an American family."
-- Library Journal

"A great drama, cinematically told . . . [Gutcheon] writes elegantly about the complex bonds of family."
-- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"Beautifully written and told from varying points of view, this sweeping saga will strike a chord with anyone who loves to read about family. Four Stars."
-- Romantic Times

"Pure storytelling. [Gutcheon's] characters and settings are alive, sparkling with deft touches of period detail. Riveting. Vibrant."
-- Newsday (New York)

"[E]nthralling . . . triumphant and true."
-- Boston Globe

"Stirring. The World War II saga anchors the novel, giving it resonance beyond the family dramas Gutcheon tells so well."
-- Los Angeles Times

"Gutcheon's tale is more than just a story of marriage; it's a metaphor for an era."
-- Booklist