“A riveting family drama which feels at once solidly classic and bitingly contemporary… these people are fascinating to be with and oddly hard to leave. Isn’t that always the way with family—as long as they’re not your own?” —Belinda McKeon, author of Tender

What to Do About the Solomons is a first novel that sizzles. It’s as if Isaac Bashevis Singer were alive today, channeling The Clash and starting a new Jewish punk aesthetic. Ranging from Los Angeles to Jerusalem to a Kibbutz in the Jordan Valley, Bethany Ball has written an innovative, rollicking, wildly fun and wildly serious first novel.” —David Means, author of Hystopia

What To Do About the Solomons