Jason Erik Lundberg reviews Noise quite positively over at SF Site.
One can’t help but become swept up in Hiram and Levi’s single-minded pursuits: collect supplies, gather the Group, get out of the city, and establish a new society at their chosen haven, designated Amaranth. Hiram’s disassociated voice gets in your head and under your skin, so very sensible even when describing the mowing down of a potential mob with a .50-caliber machine gun or the firebombing of a National Guard humvee. And it is this unique voice that is the book’s strongest and most persuasive feature.
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