"An ever-evolving comic masterpiece. Beneath the dazzling comic antics, Kraft has a serious purpose: to investigate the nature and interaction of memory, reality, and invention."-Michael Upchurch, The Seattle Times
"Mr. Kraft's work is a weird wonder, successfully mating tales from the kind of small-town life that hardly exists anymore with a never-ending examination of what it's like to create such a world. In an age when computer technology is on the verge of unleashing the all-singing, all-dancing novel, Eric Kraft's true theme, the awesome power of the low-tech human imagination, has never seemed so timely or so wise."-Karen Karbo, The New York Times Book Review
"This series is smart, funny, warmly inviting, and delightfully impossible to define."
-Kate Bernheimer, The Oregonian
"The only American author since Pynchon to completely erase the line between the literary novel and the spit-out-your-coffee comedy."
-Andrew Ervin, The Washington Post
"The literary equivalent of Fred Astaire dancing: great art that looks like fun."
-Malcolm Jones, Newsweek