RaveLibrary JournalWong once again achieves the perfect balance between sardonic humor and satirical digs at the digital age ... Filled with laugh-out-loud moments and philosophical and ethical questions.
PanLibrary Journal... goes behind the scenes of the retail antique/collectible business. Unfortunately, it isn’t a very favorable look ... Readers hoping for a Carl Hiaasen–esque view of the antiquing world will be disappointed. The characters are drawn with too heavy a hand; most of them are borderline hoarders who are more interested in their stuff than they are in forming or maintaining basic human connections.
PositiveLibrary Journal... spine-tingling ... Captivating and utterly creepy, this is a book to curl up with by the fire on a stormy night—just hope that the lights don’t go out.
PositiveLibrary JournalWilliams’s first novel delivers a poignant tale of a woman finding her place in the world as she approaches the big three-oh. An homage to female rage and the bonds of friendship, this will entice readers like a gourmet feast and leave them just as satisfied.