Like a ship in the mist, there emerges from these tragicomic lives, fraught with desires and delusions, a recognition of ourselves.
"Well-crafted ... character-driven. An impressive book of short stories about people going about their lives, experiencing change, facing hardships. Finn writes skillfully and his style is particularly suited to the short story." - Keith Collier, reviewer, Newfoundland Quarterly, Spring 2011
"Tom Finn's stories demonstrate consistently controlled use of language, and the author's sense of dialogue is keen. It is tuned to the way people speak, and the way his characters speak and think. At times comic, it harmonizes well with Finn's often wry, omniscient third-person narration. Finn writes well, and these stories are good ... some real gems." - Darrell Squires, Library Resources Board, Newfoundland, 2010