"I stuck with it for about 50 pages. Perhaps it's me — in real life, I'd have left real people who were like those in O'Neill's 'Long Day's Journey Into Night' long before the third act." Craig Tenney, literary agent
"It is indeed very well written, but I doubt whether many publishers would consider it publishable." Nancy Wechsler, literary attorney
"Playboy's/Hustler's Book-of-the-Year. No contest. It's perfect: pornography camouflaged by justifying philosophy and brilliant writing." Bill Branon, author of Let Us Prey, a New York Times Notable Book, 1992
"An impressive, beautifully wrought, and impeccably polished piece of writing. Yay!" Charles Degelman, author of Gates of Eden, Silver Medal for Historical Fiction, 2012 Independent Publisher Book Awards
"Odd that none of the women in (the) book becomes pregnant." Sarah Relyea, author of Outsider Citizens: The Remaking of Postwar Identity in Wright, Beauvoir and Baldwin
"I admired the craftsmanship — it can't be easy to stick to first-person obtuse so well, while also invoking the social and political structure of a particular time." Sherwyn L. T. Carr, Ph.D.