Mention in USA Today “Plan Your Week in Entertainment”

Daily Candy Review

October 2013

“If you loved Wally Lamb’s she’s Come Undone and I Know This Much Is True, you’ll devour the story of Anna Oh—married for 27 years and a mother of three—who upends her traditional life when she unexpectedly falls in love with a woman.” Interview

October 2013

“Wally Lamb’s latest, We Are Water, works the same magic as his 1992 Oprah-anointed breakthrough, She’s Come Undone, capturing a snapshot of modern life (class struggle, racial violence) through the lens of a family faced with jarring news from its matriarchal figure.”

Wally Lamb Returns To Three Rivers, Norwich Flood For New Novel ‘We Are Water’

RT Book Review Review

October 2013

“This powerful novel about the damage that keeping a dark secret can cause and the emotional wreckage that occurs when the secret begins to come to light is a must-read.  Recommended for anyone who enjoys complex novels, Lamb’s latest masterpiece uses every color in his palette to bring a moving story to life.”

Norwich Bulletin

August 2013

Our View: Banning Lamb’s book was unnecessary

This is not the first time Lamb, and his work, has come under the scrutiny of the state Department of Corrections. The question is why?

“Wishin’ and Hopin'” by Wally Lamb is a chip off the old “Best Christmas Pageant Ever block”

Dayton Daily News Christmas Book Ideas

Ran St. Louis Post-Dispatch Review/Interview