"Robbins–emerging as the Homer of WWII–re-creates the mighty drama in all its deadly beauty."
—Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"David Robbins has done it again. In LIBERATION ROAD, he presents an inspirational WWII tale of personal courage and racial tension through the eyes of a rabbi chaplain and an African-American truck driver on the Red Ball Express–the twenty three thousand men manning the six thousand trucks that transported the beans and bullets needed to defeat Germany. A riveting read."
–James Bradley, author of Flags of Our Fathers & Flyboys
"Powerful… a compelling tale of the final days of the most catastrophic event in tall of recorded history."
–Washington Post on The End of War
"Deeply-felt. Robbins renders his real people superbly but the heart of his story is his imagined cast. Brilliant storytelling by an author in absolute control of his material."
–Kirkus Reviews (starred review) on The End of War