“My Word Is My Bond, the fruit of more than a decade of research by Paul Weinberg, operates on two levels: as both a family history and an introduction to Jewish history and religious practice. The reader will be as taken in by Paul’s personal stories as enlightened by his lucid descriptions of various facets of Judaism. My Word is My Bond is as educational as it is enjoyable. Highly recommended.” — Rabbi Scott Hoffman
“I am fascinated by the brief abstract of your book. I am the Director of Library and Archival Services for the Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. We would be interested in including your book in our Library holdings if you are able to provide us with a copy.” — Adaire Klein SWC Library & Archives
“How interesting that the emigration of Samson Schussler reflects the same voyage taken by hundreds of thousands of people from every ethnic background. This is a great read for anyone whose ancestor’s made the trip across the ocean.” — Sir Marcel Chaillol, Eucharist Minister
“This is the story of a family of Jewish immigrants who in the late 1800s and the early 1900s traveled from Europe to the United States in search of freedom and a better life. It is also the story of a loving grandson’s parents who struggled to establish their place in the “new world” by overcoming hardships and prejudice faced by Jews at the time and find success in the society we know as America. The author’s father, exemplified by the title, My Word Is My Bond, is a man of the highest character and integrity. It is a highly rewarding book, one that will both impress you and stay with you as an allegory of the struggles faced and the success achieved by generations of Jewish immigrants and their children.” — Mark Charwat, Esq.