I feel like I'm neglecting my novel The Losing Role these days, what with all the new releases. So I wanted to pass along a couple recent reviews.
The Historical Novel Society recently reported that the book’s "pacing and dialogue are sharply turned ... Anderson skillfully portrays transformation in all of his characters." You can see the review here.
A September review in Awesome Indies called the novel a "touching yet painful story ... [Max] is human in the face of hardship and chooses to continue living, but on his own terms." Find the review here.
And don't forget, readers: The Losing Role is the first book in a series that continues with Liberated: A Novel of Germany, out November 18 in hardcover, ebook, and audiobook. The Losing Role introduces Max Kaspar, while Liberated tells the story of Max's estranged and Americanized brother Harry.