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Thrity UmrigarDue has undertaken a particularly hard task. On the one hand, she has created a dead-on, realistic depiction of the L.A. music scene…all told with a sharpness and attention to detail that reveal Due for the journalist she was. On the other hand, Due deals with the supernatural, with psychics and ghosts and out-of-body experiences that in the hand of a lesser writer might have left readers rolling their eyes. She pulls it off. Due's writing is spare but incredibly visual. She keeps her flights of fancy grounded to her story. Her matter-of-fact approach to the supernatural makes it easy for us to suspend disbelief.
—The Washington Post