". . . It comes many years after the fact, but that in no way diminishes its passion or its quiet power." (Jonathan Yardley, The Washington Post Book World)
". . . gulf between a child's steady, daily understanding of the world and the reality of the terrible momentum of hatred astonishes . . ." (Susan Salter Reynolds, Los Angeles Times)
"Armed meticulously researched detail, Loy wastes no words, allowing the facts to speak for themselves . . . with profound eloquence." (Peggy Earle, The Virginian Pilot)"