Brothers from Time to Time recounts the real experiences of the Rivero family during the Cuban Revolution. The ideological differences of the brothers Emi and Adolfo led them to opposite paths where they even put the other’s lives in danger. Exile, betrayal, tyranny, love – this is a large-scale story with emotional impact.
“David Landau has written a riveting account of Cuba’s Communist revolution, told through the eyes of two brothers who began on opposite sides of the political barricades. Both intimate and revealing, Brothers is an indispensable guide to the catastrophe that followed, and by extension to the Bernie Sanders left which hopes to make socialist Cuba a model for America’s future.”
–David Horowitz, author of Radical Son
“In Brothers, David Landau, a veteran observer of Cuban and Latin American affairs, tells a big story by focusing on a small cast: two brothers and the people and events that touched their lives… Mr. Landau provides a lucid narrative thread weaving their lives into the turbulent times they lived through.
–Aram Bakshian Jr., a former aide to Presidents Nixon, Ford, and Reagan
A graduate of Harvard College, where he edited the daily Crimson, David Landau published at age 22 a book on Henry Kissinger that has become a classic. He has worked for three decades on Cuban and Latin American matters.