Early Reviews of Secrets and Lies Are Looking Good

The team here at The Josh Gross sent out a few advance copies of Secrets and Lies to start generating some buzz. Here’s what the advance readers had to say about it.

“There is nothing timid about Secrets & Lies. Josh Gross dives headlong and with no holds barred into stories both tragic and absurd. Relationships bloom and falter, leaving the reader by turns laughing and cringing, and populated by characters desperate to escape the feeling of disconnect we all share.”
Amanda Turner – The Writer’s Block KRBX 89.9

Gross walks the fence between the dreams of Western American youth and the nightmares of our older selves with these fine stories—a razor’s edge that you will recognize as the one buried deep beneath the detritus alongside your mother’s old house.”
Nathaniel Hoffman – Journalist

“Gross’ reflections on love, on loss and on the unending–and often unsatisfactory–search for ultimate truth will resonate with anyone who has ever tried to navigate the maze of life.”
Amy
Atkins – Boise Weekly

“…from inconvenient hauntings to broken relationships, Josh Gross’s book explores it all with casual whit and careful execution. Even the classic argument-inducing topics – abortion and adultery to name a couple – are treated in a manner that is at once cavalier and compassionate.”
Anna Deme
triades – Board Member, Story Story Night

“Josh Gross has the uncanny ability to balance the absurdly comical with the profoundly emotional. The biggest challenge for me as a filmmaker in adapting his work will be externalizing his ingeniously written inner monologue while preserving its depth.”
Kimber
ly Rideout – Filmmaker

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