“…Joanne Ramos’s deft way of creating characters. She peoples her book with figures who are appealingly engaging — or, at times, engagingly repellent.
Some novels are born with book club DNA, great narratives that can also spur energetic discussions. Debate will rage around the treatment of the young women at The Farm, but the novel’s complex mélange of personalities brings a somewhat improbable story stirringly to life.”
––Jean Zimmerman, NPR