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“Gripping and unnerving, Not on Fire, but Burning is a brilliant critique on the prejudices and fears of the post-9/11 world.”
BuzzFeed’s 19 Awesome New Books You Need To Read This Fall, on Not on Fire, but Burning

“A meditation on place, history, and progress… The mythic echoes are allowed to resonate, making the reader question the line between story and truth. Successfully explores the power of stories and storytelling across place and time.”
Kirkus Reviews, on The Visitors

“Brilliantly uncanny and read-it-under-your-desk-at-work suspenseful… You can approach the book as an allegory for the long-term aftermath of 9/11, or as a good, creepy read—it holds up beautifully on both fronts.”
GQ, on Not on Fire, but Burning7 New Books to Celebrate the Arrival of Reading Season

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