An Age of Madness Reviews
"In the deftly sketched Regina, Maine has created a touchingly human reminder that scar tissue isn't always visible, but unwittingly shows how an uneven story can fail to measure up to a well-drawn character." - Publishers Weekly
"Psychiatrist Regina Moss, the center of An Age of Madness, is a harsh and pessimistic healer whose own private terrors make her at once insightful and unforgiving. Like all good writers, David Maine is fascinated by the mysteries of character. The doctor's halting journey toward understanding her role in what happened to her family is genuinely suspenseful: she is a formidable opponent, and the opponent is herself." - Jincy Willett, author of The Writing Class and Winner of the National Book Award
"In this haunting exploration of an American tragedy, David Maine peels away the boundaries of what can be known and what can be admitted. Intriguing and uplifting." - Stuart Archer Cohen, author of The Army of the Republic
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