You suddenly see yourself projected on the screen, holding in your hands the paper pages from which the living language of digital text unfolds into the story. And what a story it is -- full of wordplay and innuendo, the narrative flows with equal parts humor and poetic sophistication as words morph into one another with your every movement, a visceral metaphor for the longing of the two alphabetical lovers.
-Maria Popova, Brainpickings
Innovators like Borsuk and Bouse prove that the future of the book should be something we all consider with optimism provided we think beyond current expectations and strive to build new ones.
-Buzz Poole, Salon.com (April, 2012) Between Page and Screen invokes--indeed necessitates--a love affair between the reader of books and the reader of screens, a love affair that is inevitable, timely, lovely.
-Timothy David Orme, Diagram