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Praise for No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us
[Snyder] glides from history to the present day, from scene to analysis, with a relaxed virtuosity that filled me with admiration. This is a writer using every tool at her disposal to make this story come alive, to make it matter.
The New York Times
Praise for The Other Americans
I believe The Great American Novel doesn’t exist, at least in the 21st century, because the American experience is too vast and multifaceted to be confined to one book’s pages. However, if someone asked me to name one book I think at least grapples with the problem of trying to be The Great American Novel, I’d name The Other Americans.
Praise for Survival Math
Survival Math is the best memoir I’ve read in ages. With honesty, insight, and a tremendous amount of heart, Mitchell S. Jackson takes us deep into the stories that made, ruined, and saved him. It’s intimate and wise; poignant and compassionate; redemptive and raw.
Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild