From Lincoln Cho at January Magazine:
In every niche and genre and corner of fiction, critics and fans always have their ears open for the voice that will lead them into the future or, at very least, will define the fictional moment in terms of the art and the craft of wielding those words . . . Considering the nature of his dystopic fiction and the fullness of his vision, I can perhaps be forgiven for thinking that, in his debut, Darin Bradley may be The One. . . .
From Steve Sawicki at SF Revu:
Bradley has done an excellent job of capturing things going to hell in a hand basket. His selection of a small Texas college town as a setting is near perfect as it provides just the right mix of isolation and intelligence to make the plot real.