Beyond Bedlam’s Door was reviewed by Miriam Downey on her blog, the Cyberlibrarian. In her review, she writes:
What I particularly like about Rubinstein’s storytelling is that the 21 stories in the book are about very interesting people, each with his/her own unique story, each with a unique problem for which they have come seeking help. Sometimes it takes a very brave person to say, “I need help in thinking this problem through.” or “I can’t solve this on my own.” The afterword in each chapter is as important as the story itself. Rubinstein never denies, in any way, the humanity of his patient.
You can read her full review here.
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