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Review excerpts of 
Why Do I Love These People?

"A triumph of hope ... the three years spent by Bronson studying multicultural and multi-generational families has been worth the effort." - Harmony Magazine, India

"Gritty ... inspirational ... Bronson's subjects emerge as ordinary heroes." - The Age (Melbourne's daily newspaper)

"* * * *" (4 stars/highest rating)  - People

"Inspiring ... Magnificent" 
- Beliefnet's 'Ten Best Books of the Year' 

"Heart melting ... beautiful ... complicated and wonderful."
- Oakland Tribune

"An incredibly moving book that no one should miss. Bronson's unpretentious, down-to-earth style infuses the stories with compassion and hope."
- The Richmond Review (Canada)

"Riveting ... Intimate ... Achingly real"
-Seattle Times

"Deeply comforting ... Wonderful ... tugs at the heart strings and makes you marvel. Funny, insightful and concise, sorting the emotion from the stories into something applicable to us all. Will most likely motivate many readers to be better sons, daughters, brothers, sisters and parents."
- Sunday Telegraph (Australia) 

"It's difficult to have a dry eye when you get to the end ... In the hands of Bronson, their years of struggle to keep their family together takes on a magnificence that transcends"
-Atlanta Journal Constitution

"Absolutely marvelous ... consoling ... a decent, heartening, kind and healing book to read - and give. The integrity of Bronson's prose style as well as the incredible sweetness of those he writes about give him 24-karat credibility."
- Washington Post

"Extraordinary" -Daily Mirror (UK)

"Cathartic ... something for everyone ... you'll find the music of Bronson's families resonating against the music of your own. These are meaty, meticulously-researched tales - the naked truth without exaggeration for emotional effect."

"Stunning and Profound" 
- Barnes&

"It will make you want to hug every relative in sight." 
- Glamour, Editor's Pick

"Bronson is a modern Studs Terkel"
- Glasgow Herald

"Spellbinding" -Josh Kornbluth, The Josh Kornbluth Show

"Miraculous and compelling"
- San Diego Union Tribune 

"Don't miss out on this celebration of the family. As you are drawn into the stories, you will come across pain and suffering, but also deeply satisfying joy that comes essentially from connecting with people. These are not band-aid solutions that you can copy-paste into your life. What they will do instead is grab you by the heart." 
-The Times of India

"Will tighten the throat of just about any reader."
- Wall Street Journal

"Compelling and inspiring. Stirring. Bronson emerges as an optimist in a field full of pessimists." 
- Seattle P.I. 'Books to Dazzle'

"Why do I love this book? Because it proves its thesis. Don't look for a partner with whom you have no problems, but one you are good at overcoming problems with."
- The Guardian (UK)

"Extraordinary wisdom"
- Hawke's Bay Today (New Zealand)

- Book Reporter

- Richmond Times Dispatch

"Heartbreaking ... Each chapter can leave the reader in tears"
- Orlando Sentinel

"Surprising revelations to a society accustomed to thinking no one's ever had it so bad. [Bronson finds] tremendous beauty in the ugliness of family life"
-National Post

-The Globe & Mail

"Besides breaking down all those stereotypes we harbor, what Bronson's book will do is make you think your own family is worth fighting for."
- Albuquerque Journal

"Compelling and philosophical"
-Nashville City Paper

"Powerful ... unlocks the essence of what it means to be a family in today's world." - Columbus Parent

"A subversive real life thriller"
- East Bay Express

- To the Best of Our Knowledge

"A powerful statement about the state of family life. " 
- BookBitch

"A powerful reminder of the complexity of the family relationship and why it is worth keeping that bond intact."
-Edmonton Sun