Campbell’s striking gift is her ability to draw us inside that alienated psyche...
The Globe and Mail, Jim Bartley
Wrought by Campbell’s skillful hand, the narrative is masterful, unwavering...
The Halifax Herald, Jeanette Lynes
A stunning achievement in first-person perspective writing...
The Hamilton Spectator,
... you do have to wonder whether someone’s kidding about this being a first novel. ... An awesome exercise in perspective... More please.
NOW Magazine, Susan G. Cole
At times times the writing is so vivid and poignant. ... beautifully written and entirely believable depiction...
Communicate, Kaushala Maheson
Getting to Normal
Seven-year-old Alice is in pediatric isolation. Doctors suspect a virus of the central nervous system. As Alice takes the reader on her journey, out of isolation, we enter into the pain and pleasures of her relationships with her troubled mother, her distant father and her rebellious adolescent sister Sarah, whom she idolizes. ... MORE