"Audrey Schulman does a beautiful job of balancing adventure, suspense and self-discovery."
(-Michele Ross, CNN
"[A House Named Brazil is] Quirky and thoughtful... Schulman renders the strange beauties of a world that draws on resources scarcely known to us."
(-The New York Times
"A genuine page-turner with literary content."
"Lyrical . . . Suspenseful . . . Schulman's heroine [in The Cage] is a true original transformed emotionally and physically by experiences marvelously imagined and compellingly described."
(-The Los Angeles Times
"Bizarre yet intriguing . . . More than enough to keep readers turning pages. . . Schulman's language is lovely."
About the Author
Audrey Schulman is the author of three previous novels: Swimming With Jonah, The Cage and A House Named Brazil. Her work has been translated into eleven languages. Born in Montreal, Schulman now lives in Massachusetts.