This is a cool review from the ultimately cool Famous Monsters of Filmland. From reviewer Peter Schwotzer:
“Glen’s storyline was really interesting and fresh, his depiction of a small coal mining town during the Great Depression was very believable. There is a bleak atmosphere to the story as he paints a somewhat depressing picture of the town of Coal Hollow, but there is also a sense of hope, community and self worth within the characters that adds a touch of realism and depth. It is readily apparent that he did a lot of research on this time period and it definitely pays off.”
Read the entire review at the link.
Also, my awesome readers continue to send in their entries for my $200+ giveaway. The promotion ends on February 8th, so make sure you act quickly to get on my entry list. Details are here: https://glenkrisch.wordpress.com/2012/02/01/book-launch-week-brothers-keeper-the-200-giveaway/. I’m from Chicago, so I’m a firm believer in stuffing the ballot box. The more entries you have, the better!