Sandee Brawarsky has reviewed my book in the context of the reflective period of the High Holidays.  Here's the link.  And here's an excerpt.

His first book is an engrossing and deeply affecting memoir, “The Point of Vanishing” (Beacon Press). Alongside Axelrod, the reader also learns to see differently, both in looking and listening to the everyday, and in looking ahead to the future, to better days. With a sense of urgency and a poetic sensibility, he writes about being in nature, searching for meaning and purpose, learning about love and connection. While he speaks several times of being Jewish, he doesn’t turn to prayer, but his meditative passages, his deep noticing of life, feels prayerful.