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KIRKUS REVIEWS
A witty, tormented hero surrounded by fascinating, compassionate supporting characters makes this slender debut a surprisingly compulsive read.
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PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY
Sid Higgins, the appealing, self-deprecating narrator of Farber's poignant, funny debut, has been receiving postcards from his old girlfriend Zoe.
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BLOG CRITICS
When I began reading Postcards from a Dead Girl, I thought “this is why I read.” Kirk Farber is a gifted story-teller. He leads us down a dark path, then lets us see the sunlight. Told with familiarity, the story feels right from beginning to end.
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A.V. CLUB
Grade: A-
Farber delivers dark insights into Sid’s damaged soul with a quick, torrid prose that creates a strong empathy for Sid. The great energy of Postcards comes from its simple portrayal of love’s manic grip, life’s absurdity, and death’s paralyzing gaze.



DURANGO HERALD
Postcards from a Dead Girl is a gripping and stunning debut novel from Kirk Farber. Open the first page and enter Sid's world. Bam! You are now in Sid's head, and it's a very strange place. Thus begins a story that is engaging, compelling, tragic and comic.
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ENTERTAINMENT REALM
Infused with dark sarcasm and witty humor, Postcards from a Dead Girl is a fabulous and extraordinarily written debut novel from Kirk Farber. Biting, disturbing and hysterical. Trust me: it's a winning combination.
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BOOKFOOLERY AND BABBLE
Postcards from a Dead Girl is touching, funny, quirky, lovely little book with believable characters, a unique storyline and a terrific conclusion. Highly recommended. I absolutely loved this book.
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