--Glen Feulner "63 Channels"
We Are Oblivion does that special thing the best kind of books do-it teeters between gritty, fast-paced genre fiction and intelligent, character-driven literary fiction perfectly.
--Doc O'Donnell "Outside Writer's Collective"
We Are Oblivion will remind you of William Burroughs or Henry Miller with it's in your face honest brutality. It's not for the weak stomached or the faint of heart... it is one crazy ride.
--Bethany Foster "Book.of.the.Moment"
WAO is a psychological trip with historical overlay, sure to please those interested in a disturbed mind. The ending is sure to shock, leaving readers satisfied and yet still questioning.
Lauren Becker - "Shooting Stars Magazine"
If Mickey Spillane and William Burroughs had a crack-baby godfathered by Ken Kesey, it would be Michael Sonbert.
--Adam Gallari - author of "We Are Never as Beautiful as We Are Now."