PositiveNew York Journal of BooksBookended by the start and finish of Fox’s attempt to prevent a nuclear terror attack, the material in between is no less fascinating ... Without disclosing any classified information, Fox provides an entertaining account of her training, including the kind of tradecraft that most readers are used to only seeing in movies. But what is truly riveting is the emotional rollercoaster that comes with working as an analyst, privy to the truth behind a multitude of impending threats, and then later as an officer with a non-official cover ... Life Undercover reveals the rewards that serving the country provide as well as the toll this service extracts with an intimate and compelling portrait of a woman who literally comes of age in the CIA.
PositiveNew York Journal of Books...compellingly realistic ... Rosie had the potential to add additional nuance and depth to Beatrix and Carson\'s story. Unfortunately, she\'s not given enough room in the story to fully explore how the profound and mundane events she witnesses change her. Despite this, The Lightest Object in the Universe is an intriguing and engrossing debut novel that will leave readers thinking about their own ability to survive, their own capacity for love, and their willingness to face catastrophe with hope.
RaveNew York Journal of BooksWanderers is an epic tour-de-force that invites comparison to Stephen King’s The Stand and Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven. It is quite simply the novel Chuck Wendig was born to write ... Wanderers covers a vast geographic distance, following the sleepwalkers across the country. Even more vast are the stakes, which Wendig builds masterfully through his cast of characters ... While Wanderers weighs in at just shy of 800 pages, it’s a journey well-worth taking and one readers won’t soon forget.