“The Many Faces of Lisa Adorn”
Abyss & Apex
Ed. Aleta Daknis
July 1, 2005


“Kressel takes the reader on an incredible, well-paced journey that is speculative in itself as well as within the framework of the story.  The duplicity of Lisa’s existence combines with a sense of wonder for what lies beyond our tiny place in the universe to create a classic Science Fiction tale for old and young readers alike.  Though the ending is not traditionally “happy,” it leaves questions unanswered for future ponderings.” — Suzanne Church, Tangent Online