A J O U R N E Y O F F O R G I V E N E S S
"Your work should be read by many who are either dealing with similar challenges or who have gone through parental losses."
"Many many thanks for your wonderful book. I read it straight thru--two days and couldn't put it down. It filled in a lot of spaces about Alex and his last years."
"I’m pleased to say My Father, My Faith more than delivers on its promise of being a Toth book like no other.
Dana offers a sometimes gripping, sometimes funny, always honest account of the artist’s final years, in which he found at least a degree of the serenity he had sought for so long. She also unflinchingly chronicles the shortfalls in his medical treatment that threatened to prematurely send him to meet his maker (the quote that fronts Chapter Seventeen is pure Alex Toth, a remark to a stuffed-shirt doctor that is stripped to the merest essentials as it conveys humor and rebuke in equal measure.)"
Bruce Canwell--The Library of American Comics