Here’s an excerpt:
“Plank’s writing style is fluid and easy to read. And she certainly has a knack for getting inside the heads of her Ivy League characters. Her portrayal of New York’s hoity-toityness provides a crispy snap-crackle-pop kind of humor to the story. And even though Sophie is a product of Yale Law School, she’s really just a small-town hick from Arizona. Which means she’s like a vegetarian at a Kansas City steak house – out of place. And it’s this asymmetry that brings about laugh-out-loud moments for the reader.
Essentially, Swallow is a coming-to-grips-with-who-you-are story. And it’s a good one.”
Thank you thank you, Mr. Radic!