There are two kinds of people in this world. The kind who detail the many reasons why they can’t do something. And then there is Israel Pickholtz. He simply ignored the naysayers and did it anyway – and quite well. If you think your genetic genealogy is too interwoven, too endogamous or too difficult, then by all means, read how Israel approached the multiple challenges he faced. While you’re reading, you’ll enjoy many interesting success stories. A very encouraging book about solutions, not just about Jewish genetic genealogy.