Author of POSTCARDS FROM A DEAD GIRL

REVIEWS OF POSTCARDS FROM A DEAD GIRL

Kirkus Reviews

"A witty, tormented hero surrounded by fascinating, compassionate supporting characters makes this slender debut a surprisingly compulsive read."

Garth Stein, author of The Art of Racing in the Rain

 "Kirk Farber's voice is riddled with irreverence and dark humor; his tone is laugh-out-loud funny one moment, terribly tragic the next. A masterful work!"

Josh Kilmer-Purcell, author of I Am Not Myself These Days and star of The Fabulous Beekman Boys

"Dark. Funny. Bizarre. Mysterious. Fantastic. Kirk Farber’s Postcards from a Dead Girl is a polished gem. "

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."

A.V. Club

"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."

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."