Rabbit Boss is a classic that's been "Hailed as a landmark of our literature" by Vanity Fair magazine and is "A novel of epic dimensions...marked by commanding sense of place...[and] mix of politics and poetry" says the The New York Times.
"Sanchez is a man of tremendous vision" said Robert Kirsch of the Los Angeles Times.
The Times of London says, "Rabbit Boss is beautiful, poetic, powerful. Thomas Sanchez has a dominating talent."
L'Express (France) said Rabbit Boss is "A classic to rank with the Grapes of Wrath."
Where are the great filmmakers who can turn this powerful story into a screen epic to match Roots? It can be done.