»At the end of the day, Pochoda’s Visitation Street has given me more respect for Denis Lehane, for choosing such a complex and nuanced story about urban America. Hopefully, the imprint will continue to find authors who aren’t afraid to go beyond labels and safe places.«
Class and racial tensions: Neelanjana Banerjee about the novel Visitation Street by Ivy Pochoda. Her review at the Los Angeles Review of Books.
»The new book, however, suggests a more promising path, leading me to think that Ms. Pochoda aspires to join female suspense novelists — among them, Tana French, Laura Lippman and Kate Atkinson — who are arguably writing more serious genre fiction than their male counterparts. She isn’t there just yet, but Visitation Street is an impressive entry into the field.«
Starting with a spoiler: Alexander Nazaryan reveals the primary villain in the novel Visitation Street by Ivy Pochoda. His review at The New York Times.
»Pochoda, also author of The Art of Disappearing, writes in an urgent yet eloquent style, and she offers poignant insights into these characters as they hope and fail and struggle on.«
Lost girl shakes up a Brooklyn neighborhood: Connie Ogle about the novel Visitation Street by Ivy Pochoda. Her review at the Miami Herald.