Both a medical mystery and a family saga,”What’s Wrong With Dorfman?” is the story of Martin Dorfman, cynic, hypochondriac, and burned-out screenwriter.
Reviews: “A funny and surprisingly moving story written at the intersection of shtick and angst.” The Wall Street Journal – “Hilarious and unexpectedly touching… Smart funny characters who actually sound smart and funny… poignant and finely crafted” Publishers’ Weekly – “The writing is fresh, laced with humor.” Women on Writing – “Blumenthal’s hilariously descriptive language is a delight. Wonderful.” The Washington Review – “I couldn’t put it down.” The Book Reporter – “One of the 50 Best Books of the year.. deeply and completely funny, the plot is tight and the story sings. A winning combination.” January Magazine – “Hilariously entertaining.” John Winokur, author of “The Portable Curmudgeon” – “Top notch. This novel comes highly recommended.” Chattanooga Courier – “A reflection of the social turmoil and internal illness within America. Blumenthal writes a haunting novel of a lost soul, searching for hope and health within his world.” Midwest Book Review
Awards: A BookSense 76 Pick – Honorable Mention at the National Writers’ Assn. Novel Contest – Four Stars, Peoples’ Voice Awards – Nominee at Quill Awards – #1 On Reader’s Advisor List