The Dream: A Memoir - Harry Bernstein This picks up where The Invisible Wall left off. It's every bit as well written as that first book, but the family's life in America just wasn't as interesting to me. I think that's probably because the neighbors they had in England were so much more colorful. I'm still glad I read this one so I could learn how things worked out for them after they got the longed-for tickets to America and made the journey to a new life. Sorry to say, it wasn't as easy and prosperous as they'd dreamed, but Harry did go on to make a very happy and successful life for himself as an adult. 3 1/2 stars