“Rose's prose is exquisite and his compact narrative gratifyingly philosophical, bringing to mind Shelley's Frankenstein and Camus's The Stranger.”
“This book teaches us to take Francisco’s bravery and courage as an example. I strongly recommend this fascinating and well-structured piece.”
"Jonathan R. Rose’s feminist fable slices into the reader with the satirical razor of Angela Carter. The novel takes off like a runaway train: you think you know where it’s going but you have to ride it to the end."
James M Wright