Marie Brenner discusses her book APPLES AND ORANGES at Flashpoint Academy in Chicago.
"Grabs the problem of sibling rivalry by the throat . . . exposing the sweetness at the core of an embattled love."--O, The Oprah Magazine
"Deftly traces three generations of a combustible, fascinating family."--The Miami Herald
"In this elegiac memoir, the author, a reporter, applies the same investigative skills that led to her exposé of the tobacco industry and Enron to a more intimate subject: her contentious relationship with her late brother. . . . At once comic and tinged with regret."--The New Yorker
"If Marie Brenner and her brother, Carl, can learn to love each other, there might be hope for our divided America after all. . . . Brenner reminds us that it's more productive to eat apples than to throw them."--Entertainment Weekly
"An acid-laced tale of family love."--USA Today