RaveThe Tampa Bay Times...[a] fascinating account ... There are moments reading Millard's heart-pounding tale of war, imprisonment and escape when you have to stop and remind yourself this is actually a work of historical nonfiction ... a thrilling, fun adventure yarn, well worthy of eventually making it to a screen somewhere. It is also a compelling story of the mysteries of fate and a young future world figure who simply would not be denied his call to greatness.
RaveThe Tampa Bay TimesAlligator Candy is a raw story about courage, survival and most certainly about love. It's also about defeating the demons of our memory. And thus it is only fitting that when his daughter was old enough to get her own bike, David Kushner taught her to ride on the same street where he last saw his brother. And for good reason.