Says the Chicago Tribune:
"Watch Me Disappear" is a surprising and compelling read. Like the best novels, it takes the reader somewhere she wouldn't otherwise allow herself to go. And like the best novels, it's strongest in the places that matter most: in the believability of its characters and the irresistibility of its plot."
And the AP:
"For some people, the idea of unconditional love is fraught with conditions, especially when a relationship has been built on lies and secrets as the superb “Watch Me Disappear” shows. Janelle Brown’s third family drama delivers an incisive and emotional view of how grief and recovery from loss can seep into each aspect of a person’s life... Brown imbues realism in each character, whose complicated emotions fuel the suspenseful story."