Canadian Writer's Journal
Excerpts from Aug., 2002 review
/.../The characters stay with you long after the book has been read. They are opinionated, sometimes eccentric, fresh, and border on the bizarre. They feel crazy enough to be real; I hope they are not. The revolution of the ‘sane’ drivers and the revenge they exact is a chilling and almost believable scenario. That this revolution, with its terrible bloodiness, could happen in Canada keeps the reader wondering how close we in fact may be...You’ll never drive the same way again.