RaveThe Irish Times (IRELAND)Catch and Kill looks like a novel by Raymond Chandler or Dashiell Hammett with its 1940s movie-style garish graphic cover. It reads like one too ... As with those novels, you read it at a sitting. Because, like all great investigative reporters, he pulls plot and character into one pulse-quickening narrative ... It was the women’s stories which moved Farrow. And which move us. The women’s terror at breaking their silence is the most shocking part of it. This is what purges souls with pity and with terror.
MixedThe Irish Times[Applewhite\'s] contention that different forms of activism reinforce and compound each other in the same way that different forms of oppression do, is compelling ... This is a manifesto and, like all manifestos, is prescriptive, and over optimistic. The most famous manifesto of all, despite its hope and lyricism, proved delusional.