--Jessica Barton, NERDIST.com
"5 out of 5 stars. Thefantasy world here feels alive and breathing, fully formed and beautifullyfleshed out. Graves' End was a way fun read. It moves well, it's constantlyhitting all the right notes of fantastical and mysterious discovery, but it'slight-hearted and often really funny. Recommended."
--Phil Hornshaw, co-authorof So You Created A Wormhole: The Time-Traveler's Guide To Time Travel
"It's a magical thriller set in LosAngeles, its magic deriving from Mexican mythology and mysticism, and it has one of the most touching and arresting first chapters I've everread in a fantasy novel."
--Alan Brennert, bestselling author of Honolulu, Moloka'i, Time & Chance Award-winning writer for LA Law, The Twilight Zone, DC Comics